From the wire, and thanks reader LPGAFan:
Norway's Suzann Pettersen captured the US LPGA Tour's Hana Bank Kolon Championship at three-under par in Gyeongju in South Korea on Sunday.
And it might have been the easiest of the four victories she has had this year. The final round of the 54-hole tournament was cancelled due to strong winds, which the tournament officials said made some greens "unplayable" on the 6,270-yard course at Mauna Ocean & Golf Resort.
Balls would roll off the greens in the gusts, and the final round play was suspended at 9:15 a.m. local time (2345 GMT).
Libba Galloway, deputy commissioner of the US LPGA, told reporters that the tour tried to resume the play at 12:45 p.m. (0245 GMT), but after discussions with officials, players and sponsors, it was best not to continue playing.
An estimated 5,000 fans had gathered at the course, and some had to be restrained from entering the tournament headquarters in protest.
Perhaps they heard about the trophy ceremony, where the winner would don one of Natalie Portman's costumes from the Stars Wars saga.