Creamer overtakes faltering Webb at HSBC

BY Bruce Young | LPGA Tour | 2014 HSBC Women's Champions | Wrap | 03 Mar 2014

An eagle at the second extra hole of a playoff for the HSBC Champions event in Singapore has seen American Paula Creamer win her first LPGA Tour event since the 2010 US Women’s Open.

Creamer defeated Spain’s Azahara Munoz, both players finishing one shot ahead of a faltering Karrie Webb who led for much of the event until three late bogeys cost her a 41st LPGA Tour victory.

Despite her lack of victories, Creamer has still maintained a position amongst the elite of the game, the 27 year old regularly amongst the top ten in the world during that time as a result of numerous top tens.

Creamer lands 75ft putt to win!

There was an impressive line-up for 4th including Inbee Park, So Yeon Ryu, Suzann Pettersen, Angela Stanford and Morgan Pressel.

The LPGA Tour will now head to the US where they have a three week break before the Founders Cup in Phoenix.

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