Law played the sixteenth and sank an eight-foot shot in the last five to score a 66 under six and win 18 under.
The pioneer of the night, Wade Ormsby, multiplied the seventeenth and lost a hawk putt on the eighteenth to constrain a tie-break.
The French Celine Boutier won the ladies’ occasion with two shots by three players, including the English Charlotte Thomas.
The competition is endorsed by the European Tour and the LPGA and presents people playing in a similar field in the meantime, for a similar number of prizes.
Boutier finished the last round of 72 to contain the Australians Sarah Kemp (65) and Su Oh (74), while Thomas completed with a 69 and the medium-term pioneer, Kim Kaufman, dropped to 78 to complete in Quattro floating shots.
In the men’s occasion, Australian Ormsby, 38, appeared to be making a course for triumph, yet fallen in standard 17, enduring five shots.
Graduated in Challenge Tour, Law, stated: “Winning, it could be said, changes things a bit.
“It’s tremendous, it’s not something I expected, it was sufficient for me to be here to play at the European Tour.”
“I cherished the four occasions I’ve played up until this point and being a player on the European visit was what fulfilled me, I’ll return home, I’ll mirror a bit on things and I’ll assess once more.”
“We said we were going to endeavor to complete three-two-four with the expectation of having the capacity to get a main 3, at that point a birdie 16, a standard 17, and going down we said we need a hawk, how about we make a falcon , we distribute at 18 low, no one can really tell what can occur. ”
Brad Kennedy has completed at 17, close Ormsby, a shot by Justin Harding of South Africa. David Drysdale of Scotland and Australian pair Jason Scrivener and David Bransdon have finished up another shot.