Sunday, February 24, 2008

Creamer Wins Fields Open

Paula Creamer has a penchant for Hawaii. For the second straight season, Creamer has won in the Aloha state. Yesterday, she pulled away to beat Jeong Jang by a single shot at the Fields Open in Hawaii with a closing 66. She did it in dramatic fashion, too. Two down with three to play, she found a way to win.

Decked out in traditional final-round pink, Creamer sank birdie putts of 12 and 20 feet on 16 and 17 to draw even, then hit a perfect 6-iron at the 18th from 164 yards to within 6 feet to put Jang behind her pink golf ball.

Jang responded with a shot that landed on the front fringe guarding the green, but missed her 30-footer for birdie, clearing the way for Creamer.

She sank the 6-footer, raised both her arms in subdued triumph, then walked over to the back of the green to watch Jang knock down her 4-footer for par. As Jang lined up her final putt, Creamer mouthed the word 'wow' to herself, then accepted a hug from caddie Colin Cann.

Annika Sorenstam finished in a tie for fourth. As big as the win last week was, I think a fourth place finish - even if marred by a lousy final front nine - tells us more that Annika is back and ready to compete.

Singapore should be a blast this week!

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