Only 47 minutes of play was possible due to flooding on the course and the 18 players who teed off had their scores wiped out. The aim is now to play the first round today, the second tomorrow and squeeze 36 holes into Sunday.
Extending the competition into next week will also be considered should the rain return. "Nearly four inches of rain have fallen since Saturday," said Heather Daly-Donofrio, Senior Vice-President of the Ladies' Professional Golf Association. "Monday is an option."