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Paula Creamer

I guess you could say that 2014 has gotten off to a pretty good start for Paula Creamer. First, she got engaged. Then, she ended her 3 1/2 year winless streak.

Paula's victory at the 2014 HSBC Women's Champions was her first since the 2010 U.S. Women's Open. It feels strange even typing that - Creamer always seems to be on the leaderboard. It's not like she was playing poorly during that time period; she wasn't. Things just didn't break right.

But you know what finally did break right? A whopping 75-foot eagle putt that she sank to beat Azahara Munoz in a playoff in Singapore.

I bet Creamer's next victory won't be nearly as long coming.

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