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Comment from: George [Visitor]
Way to go Paula !

It's great to see a young golfer do it the right way -- win the amateur championships, work your way up, be a full-time pro and not a dilettante.

Paula has done it with great talent and great determination and hard work -- not with hype.

It's especially super to see this tough, smart, charismatic young woman win the most prized golf tournament at all -- a national championship event.

If her thumb holds up, this is going to be just the start of a "beautiful friendship" between Paula and the fans -- and between Paula and more major championships.

Paula Creamer -- what a wonderful champion and a credit to her sport. She spends so much time with the young ones and older fans.

It was super to see her break through and no longer have to answer those silly questions about never winning a major

And think about this. Paula has something neither Lorena Ochoa or Phil Mickelson have: A U.S. Open golf championship.

This couldn't have happened to a nicer person.

Congrats again Paula. You earned it !
07/12/10 @ 10:48
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email
It's "Sank the putt," not "Sunk the putt." "Sunk" is the imperfect past tense; it's "I sank" and "I have sunk."

Unless you want your journalism career to sink, you need to know these things.
07/12/10 @ 19:12
Comment from: Joe Cool [Visitor] Email
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Then she went ahead and sunk a long tricky putt.

WTF...is this a golf blog or English 101 Judge?
07/17/10 @ 18:28
Comment from: Joe Cool [Visitor] Email
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I found it interesting that nearly 50% of the field at the Evian Masters are from Asia. Then, we wonder why they are dominating the LPGA. I wonder what makes their golf program more successful than the USA. Government subsidies?
07/18/10 @ 16:08

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