Sharp finished the 36-hole event with a 12-under, 134 total, a whopping 10 shots ahead of the field.
"I was a little nervous to start and it was tight the first five or six holes and the collar got a little tight,” Sharp says. "But I started to strike the ball really well and putted really well, so it was really nice to see.”
The third career victory moved Sharp into a tie with Nancy Harvey of Swift Current, Sask. Sharp and Harvey are two titles behind overall leader Lorie Kane of Charlottetown.
"It's a great group to be in that's for sure,” Sharp says. "I'm only 31 years old and I'll come and play in this championship whenever I can because it's a nice two days for me to come and play, stay competitive and be at home with my family.”
Americans Emma Jandel and Laura Bavaird finished tied for second with a 2-under, 144 total while amateur Brogan McKinnon of Mississauga, Ont., was tied with American Lisa Ferrero in fourth at even-par.