Paula Creamer used her TaylorMade Ghost Daytona 12 putter to sink a 75-foot eagle putt on Sunday, 2 March and win the HSBC Women’s Champions event. Creamer holed the monster putt on the second play-off hole against Azahara Munoz at the Sentosa Golf Club in Singapore.
Creamer is a TaylorMade-Adidas golf tour staff professional and started the final round four shots off the lead but shot a 3-under 69 to force the playoff, after teeing it up with her TaylorMade JetSpeed driver. It was Creamer’s first victory since the 2010 US Women’s Open and moves her into first place for the ‘Race to CME Globe’, the season-long LPGA points competition that began this season.
Creamer stated, “It might be one of my favourite wins, and that’s going to take a pretty big leap right there. But you know, it has, it’s been almost three years and you know so much has happened. It has been coming and it just shows your perseverance. That’s why I love the game. I work hard for this reason. And holding that trophy, gosh, it was so nice.”