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Golf Australia Express : Issue 8
It’s easy to see why golf fans around the world love 25-year-old Californian Paula Creamer. With a beautiful smile, bubbly personality, some pretty colourful gear and a flashy game to match, she’s definitely got the right stuff to pull in crowds. And PC is not afraid to be herself out there. That endearing trait is adding colour to the LPGA Tour, and she’s certainly an asset to its expansion. Creamer’s colour of choice is pink: outfits, hair, accessories, grips, bag, ball—you name it, it’s pink. But don’t think for a minute her game is purely show—when the Pink Panther gets on the prowl her opponents pray they can get away. Take a look at her achievements. In 2005 she was named the LPGA Rookie of the Year, won the Evian Masters and became the youngest and quickest player to reach $1 million in LPGA career earnings. Last year she won her first major, the US Women’s Open. And she’s just 25. With plenty of years ahead of her, expect golf’s Pink Panther to wrap her claws around many more trophies and watch more adoring fans pour out their affections towards one of the LPGA Tour’s most colourful figures. LIST THE THE NICKNAME Pink Panther