[David Toney - For Shaw Media]
When Davies sunk a short birdie putt on No. 18 she gave a quick fist pump, then raised her putter high above her head to acknowledge the large gallery.
"It's great seeing this trophy paraded down for the first time and I get my name on it, you know?" said Davies after her 85th career win. "This championship will be played for many years and there will only be one first winner. It's a proud moment for me."
It might be a long time before the tournament is won in such dominant fashion.
Davies took a five-shot lead on Juli Inkster into Sunday's final round – and that's as close as it came.
Davies shot a bogey-free 5-under 68 to finish at 16-under 276, well clear of runner-up Inkster. Inkster shot an even-par 73 on Sunday to finish 10 shots back, with third-place Trish Johnson 12 strokes behind Davies.