Paula Creamer used a custom TaylorMade putter to sink her playoff-winning putt
TaylorMade Golf via Twitter
No offense to all the guys who battled down the stretch in the Honda Classic, but the shot of the week belonged to Paula Creamer. She earned her first victory since 2010 at the HSBC Women's Champions in Singapore by draining a 75-foot eagle putt in a playoff with Azahara Munoz.
Creamer drained her prodigious putt with a TaylorMade Ghost Daytona 12 putter. But not just any old TaylorMade Ghost Daytona 12 putter. Instead of the standard white with black trim model, the Pink Panther used a custom-made version trimmed in her trademark pink and with sort of a purple sheen. The face includes Creamer's initials and a big ol' heart.
TaylorMade shared a couple of photos of Creamer's favorite flat stick after her victory. One of the images is above, and views of both the face and back are in the tweet embedded below.
In case you haven't seen the video of her amazing putt, you can see it by clicking right here – and you owe to to yourself to take a look. And if you'd like to see the full list of her equipment, as well as the gear that Honda Classic winner Russell Henley and Tshawne Open champion Ross Fisher used, click here.
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