Paula Creamer is one of the more likeable players in the LPGA -- and a very good one, though she hasn't had a victory on the tour in four years. Though a solid player, reaching as high as a #2 ranking several years back, she's probably most recognized for always wearing pink.
On Sunday, she was playing in the HSBC Championship and made some challenging putts to force a playoff with Azahara Munoz of Spain. In the playoffs, Munoz had holed out, and Creamer was forced to two-putt from 75 feet away, in order to tie. Possible, but difficult on the winding green, where one's best hope is to just get that first putt close, so you have a chance of making the second putt and tying, to move on to the next hole.
Here she is, lining up for her first putt.
The coverage appears to be from Australian TV. (The sound takes 12 seconds to kick in.) Almost the best part of this is her reaction afterwards.
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