The final event of the Rose Ladies Series was put on hold due to a large fire near Wentworth.
The west course of the Surrey site was evacuated on the third and final round on Friday after the fire spread from Chobham Common near the 10th hole.
The organizers were unable to find another date and venue, so the tournament is down to 36 holes.
England’s Alice Hewson, who led on Friday, was declared the winner.
Georgia Hull has been named the Series Order of Merit champion, hosted by Ryder Cup player Justin Rose and his wife, Kate, to provide competitive action for professional women after the Ladies European Tour was suspended in March at amid the coronavirus pandemic. .
With the tour resuming later this month in Scotland and the LPGA Tour events already underway, Rose said it was impossible to find another date to wrap up the tournament.
“Our mission was to serve the ladies and give them the opportunity to play and improve for their respective seasons,” said the 40-year-old Englishman, who won the US Open in 2013.
“The last thing we want to do now is create a burden for them to have to make the final round at a later date.”
The three-day grand finale followed seven one-day tournaments that took place in England in June and July.
It was the first time that a professional women’s tournament had been held at the revered West Field of Wentworth.