Paula Creamer wishes for wind so Bulle Rock plays like major in LPGA Championship
When Pete Dye’s Bulle Rock course is windy, it rackets up the difficulty level. Particularly on the long severe dogleg par 4 13th and the downhill par 4 14th. Creamer believes this plays into her game - and the games of other mentally tough players.
“Of course, I want more wind,” Creamer said on a breezy but hardly bracing tournament’s eve. “You want it to play like a major. It’s supposed to be difficult.”
Don’t expect anything close to U.S. Open conditions though. Last year, Se Ri Pak won at eight under par. The year before Sorenstam came in at 11 under at Bulle Rock.
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The Kraft where she was in the last group but shot herself out of it on the front nine was typical of her play. She hasn't done it in the majors yet.
At least she has a couple wins on the LPGA. More than you can say about your failing hero.
The small problem with Creamer's statement is that Tiggy is the best golfer in the world while Creamer is one of the best LPGA players, she does not do anything exceptional.
She couldn't even beat those Kims or Parks from Korea who are a foot shorter than her.
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