WHEN: Monday-Sunday (tournament Thursday-Sunday).
WHERE: Kingsmill Resort (1010 Kingsmill Road, Williamsburg).
COURSE: River Course (designed by Pete Dye).
YARDAGE: 6,347 yards.
PURSE: $1.3 million.
FORMAT: 72-hole championship stroke play.
TV: Golf Channel.
Thursday (delayed; 9-11 p.m.);
Friday (delayed; 9-11 p.m.);
Saturday (live, 3-5 p.m.);
Sunday (live, 3-5 p.m.).
Monday: Qualifier and practice rounds
Tuesday: Practice rounds.
Wednesday: Pro-Am (7 a.m.)
Thursday: First round
(tees at 7:15 a.m.)
Friday: Second round
(tees at 7:15)
Saturday: Third round
(tees at 8 a.m.)
Sunday: Final round
(tees at 8 a.m.).
DIRECTIONS (from Newport News): I-64 West to Exit 242A (199 West). Follow LPGA signage to public parking.
PARKING: Monday-Wednesday at Kingsmill Resort at the soccer field (Lot 6). A shuttle will run from Lot 6 to the course.
Thursday-Sunday at exit 243A from I-64, stay in the right lane and take the next exit to US-60. At the light, take a left onto US-60W. In 0.8 miles, cross the railroad tracks and take a right at the next light. The Spectator Parking Lot will be ahead on the left..
•Daily grounds tickets are $25 or $35 to include clubhouse access.
•Ground badges for Wednesday-Sunday are $80-$90. Clubhouse badges are $100-$120. Weekly badges include a voucher for special rate for a round of golf at Kingsmill's Plantation or River courses.
•Children 17 and younger are free. Free admission for active-duty military, fire and police.
•Other ticket options are available and can be found at thekingsmillchampionship.com. Tickets can be purchased at thekingsmill championship.com or by calling 757-253-3985.
Family Fun Zone: Open 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at Plantation Course No. 1 hole.
WHAT TO BRING: Sunscreen, head cover, comfortable shoes. Set your cellphone or smartphone to silent during the tournament.
PROHIBITED: Cameras (Thursday-Sunday), firearms, explosives, radios, televisions, signs, banners, flags, stepladders, stools, pets (except handicap-assistance animals), coolers, and outside food and beverages.
AUTOGRAPHS: Players may choose to sign autographs before or after their round. There will be an "Autograph Alley" as players come off the 18th hole.
2015: Minjee Lee
2014: Lizette Salas
2013: Cristie Kerr
2012: Jiyai Shin
2009: Cristie Kerr
2008: Annika Sorenstam
2007: Suzann Pettersen
2006: Karrie Webb
2005: Cristie Kerr
2004: Se Ri Pak
2003: Grace Park
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