DALLAS - Stacy Lewis made her first LPGA victory of 2014 a blowout on Sunday, firing a seven-under par 64 for a six-shot triumph in the North Texas Shootout. Lewis notched her ninth LPGA tour title but her first since the Women's British Open last August. Her 16-under par total of 268 gave her an emphatic victory over South Korean Meena Lee, who had shared the overnight lead with Lewis.

Lee carded a one-under par 70 for sole possession of second place on 274. American Michelle Wie was third after a 67 for 275. South Korea's Choi Na-Yeon (69) and American Kim Kaufman (70) shared fourth on 276. With the win, Lewis is projected to move up from her current number three in the world rankings to second in the world -- supplanting New Zealand teenager Lydia Ko.

The American had been knocking on the door this year, with six runner-up finishes in her previous 16 tournaments. The Texas native's round included an eagle at the par-five seventh hole, and she capped her day with back-to-back birdies at 17 and 18 to stretch her impressive margin of victory.