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Paula Creamer's Pink Inspiration


Paula Creamer Meeting her Fans_Photo Credit TMaG Singapore

Singapore, 23 February 2011 – Reigning US Open champion, and TaylorMade-adidas Golf (TMaG) player, Paula Creamer, took time out of her preparations for the HSBC Women’s Champions to meet with six of her most ardent  fans in Singapore at an exclusive skills clinic  organised by TaylorMade-adidas Golf (TMaG), the leading manufacturer of golf equipment. The fans from the Singapore Ladies Pink Golfers Club did not just have the opportunity to meet their golfing idol but also received some hands on coaching from Creamer.

Held against a background of Creamer’s favourite colour, pink, the fans were clearly inspired by the activity and eager to learn as much as possible from Creamer.  Creamer guided them through chipping techniques before getting the fans to take part in a mini challenge on the spot.

Creamer said about the event “It’s great that we get to do clinics with these ladies and it’s very special to have TaylorMade – adidas Golf involved.  I think it’s especially nice to come to a country that values women’s golf.”

Stella Tay, one of the fans participating and organizer of the Singapore Ladies Pink Golfers Club, said “The Pink Golfers is a group of ladies looking to develop their golf, our motto is to play well, look good and live well and we believe that Paula Creamer embodies this and is an inspiration for all women.  She taught us that confidence is very important and you must practice all the time if you want to improve.”

Creamer has won 11 tournaments as a professional, including 9 LPGA Tour events and has been as high as number 2 on the Rolex Rankings. She is in Singapore this week for the HSBC Women’s Champions, held at the Tanah Merah Country Club from 24 to 27 February, 2011.

TMaG Singapore  


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