At first, I thought this was a foolish scenario but then as the time passed I realized how excited the fans were and also how interested I was... This was a new thing for me as all summer I've been way more tuned into PGA coverage.
The storyline couldn't have been better for the LPGA, two great players who've had a tough two years. Two players who both once were at the top of the game only to battle injury and lack of confidence.
Creamer is the LPGA's sweetheart and fans didn't remotely turn down the volume in letting everyone at Kingsmill know that.
I really think if the days were a little longer right now Creamer would have been able to pull out the victory last night but darkness was probably her demise. Shin rolled in a short par putt on the 9th playoff hole earlier this morning to beat Creamer after a gut-wrenching three putt bogey on the 16th their first hole of the morning.
Both players deserved the win but this one I will always remember for Creamer losing it on the 72nd hole on Sunday.
I can't wait to see her in the winner's circle again soon, she'll be back there and the LPGA needs her to be because for a few hours last night there were a lot of golf fans watching. She's a classy runner-up.
From Paula's Twitter: All I can say is thank you to all the fans that came out today! My goodness that was such a surprise and I am so blessed to have so much support. You guys are incredible and I will continue to hold my head up high and carry this on to next week. It's unfortunate it ended the way it did but that's golf. Would do anything to re do that putt.Taking away a lot of positives and most importantly experience