For a second time in three weeks, a slow-play penalty on Sunday played a prominent role in the outcome of tournament golf.
Fisher had been observed by chief referee John Paramor for several holes, earning a first bad time at the 11th hole. A second bad time at the par-4 14th turned a four into a five.
After another bogey at the 17th, Fisher shot 2-over 73 to finish two shots behind winner Thongchai Jaidee
After getting put on the clock on the tee of the par-3 12th, Pressel had won the hole on strokes, four to three, to go 3 up in the match. Her pace was 29 seconds too long, however, and it cost her the hole. She eventually lost the match, 2 and 1, to the Spaniard.