Because of conditions, lift-and-clean ball handling was implemented throughout the tournament.
"I think it's a great course, it's not just a typical resort course," Beatriz Recari said. "You definitely have to hit it solid from the tee. And then the rain, it's playing a little more wet, so you have to position in the right places on the green, too. So it was it is a very challenging course, and the greens are small and undulating, so you have to play your best, that's for sure."
Kingsmill's River Course was designed by Pete Dye, but it wasn't the only Dye-designed course being used for a professional event this weekend.
The PGA Tour's BMW Championship was held at Crooked Stick in Carmel, Ind., where, according to a blog by the Golf Channel, he predicted 20-under par-72 would win. Dye, and his wife, Alice, have a home near the 18th fairway at Crooked Stick.
Rookie Danielle Kang earned her first career top 10 as a professional.
Kang turned in four rounds under par to finish tied for third at 14-under. Her previous best finish as a professional was tied for 14th at the U.S. Women's Open in July.
Kang's best round of the week came on Friday, when she recorded eight birdies and a bogey. Six of those birdies came during a stellar 29 on the back nine.
She shot a 2-under 69 in Sunday's final round.