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Thursday, July 7, 2011

Paula Creamer repeat bid on hold at U.S. Women's Open

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

Paula Creamer's
United States Women's Open title defense will have to wait.

Well, one more day.

Play was suspended in the U.S. Women's Open at the Broadmoor in Colorado Springs with only 25 players finishing their rounds.

Creamer, an IMG Academies alum, and Bradenton's Jessica Korda had yet to tee off when the decision to suspend play for the day became official.

The field boasts several IMG alums, but only Aree Song completed her round - a 3-over par 74.

Jaclyn Sweeney and 17-year-old amateur Victoria Tanco got through 13 holes before play was halted on Thursday.

Sweeney, a regular on the Ladies European Tour, struggled throughout the day on the 7,047-yard par-71 layout.

She's tied for 68th currently at 7-over par. Tanco is a few shots better at 4-over par.

Play is scheduled to resume at 7:45 a.m. (local time).

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