Inbee Park has never had much success on the River Course at the Kingsmill Championship.
She's also never tackled the layout along the James River as the world's top-ranked female player.
The 24-year-old South Korean will do that beginning Thursday, hoping to stay on the roll that has already produced three victories this season and completed her climb to the No. 1 ranking.
It will be her first competitive rounds at the popular stop on tour since 2009, when for the second time in three years, she missed the cut. The other time, in 2008, she tied for 16th.
`''It seems pretty new to me, but somehow I just remember this course like I played yesterday,'' Park said this week. ''I mean, I just love to come to this spot. It's a great spot to come and it's a very nice resort and very nice golf course. I'm just going to try to enjoy my week of golf here.''
If having success equals fun, Park had had plenty in the past year. She has won five of the 18 tournaments she's played in since Jun...