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Monday, April 18, 2011

Paula Creamer in low-key practice session during LPGA Tour break

Paula Creamer at last year's CVS/pharmacy LPGA Challenge. Courtesy of McClatchy-Tribune News Service.

With the LPGA Tour on hiatus for a few weeks, the circuit's star players are left to head home and recharge their batteries before grinding again in a lucrative tournament atmosphere.

Take Paula Creamer for example.

While at the Ritz-Carlton Members Golf Club on Monday, yours truly overheard that the Pink Panther was in town and at the Lakewood Ranch course to practice her game.

She's an honorary Ritz member.

Creamer, a former Pendleton School at IMG Academies standout, has yet to win on the LPGA Tour this year.

However, she's performed well - notching two top 10 finishes.

Creamer also tied for 19th in the most recent LPGA Tour event, which was the Kraft Nabisco Championship.

Creamer is the reigning U.S. Women's Open champ and the Ritz puts out pink golf balls for her to practice with while she's at the course to hone her game.

She was practicing Monday with her coach, David Whelan.

Following the round, Creamer had this to say on Twitter:

"No matter how much I practice I just can't se to beat David!!! I don't get it! Drives me crazy," Creamer tweeted."
The next LPGA Tour event is the Avnet LPGA Classic held in Mobile, Ala. at the end of April.

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