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Golf Australia Express : Issue 24
LIST THE Paula Creamer took little time to become a top player. In May 2005 the popular Californian won in her ninth start as a pro on the LPGA Tour. With a birdie at the final green at New York’s Sybase Classic Creamer became the youngest winner of a multiple-round LPGA event. Morgan Pressel seemed destined to achieve great things in golf. In 2001, as a 12-year-old, she became the youngest player to qualify for a US Women’s Open. Six years later she earned her first pro victory at the Kraft Nabisco Championship and became the youngest winner of a modern LPGA major. PAULA CREAMER MORGAN PRESSEL WON 2005 SYBASE CLASSIC (LPGA) AT 18 YEARS, 9 MONTHS AND 17 DAYS WON 2007 KRAFT NABISCO (LPGA) AT 18 YEARS, 10 MONTHS, 9 DAYS