The Washington Post has an article on Paula Creamer and her life on the LPGA Tour.
Creamer made a big splash on tour last year when:
she made a 17-foot putt on the final hole to win the Sybase Classic in New Rochelle, N.Y. and became the youngest winner of a multi-round tournament in LPGA history. Two months later, she won the Evian Masters in France by eight shots, becoming the youngest woman to reach $1 million in LPGA career earnings. She finished a spectacular season by leading the U.S. to victory over Europe in the Solheim Cup last fall, posting the best record (3-1-1) and drubbing English veteran Laura Davies, 7 and 5, in singles. She shot a 30 on the front nine and had seven birdies in 12 holes, both Solheim records.
She hasn’t won yet this year, but is 13th on the money list, with five top 15 finishes. She hasn’t missed a cut in eight starts. She won $1.53 million in her first tour season.
As the world’s number two women’s player, its only a matter of time until she wins again.