WATCH: Paula Creamer Sinks One of the Greatest Putts You’ll Ever See in Your Life


Our favorite golf chicka continues to shine as she won the HSBC Women’s Champions in Singapore and how she did it is what was the amazing part. Paula nailed what any of us what have thought as an impossible putt as it was a massive 75 feet, that’s right, 75 feet! Dude, is you for real?! If I was Azahara Munoz (Her opponent at the time), I would have been like “No way! You have GOT to be kidding me?!?!”. This was Paula’s first win in almost four years despite playing solid golf. Here’s the video below so please be prepared to NOT understand the greatness of this putt as you stare at the screen in daze and amazement as your friends/family/co workers look at you like you’re insane as they reach for the phone as they try to call a doctor to help you..well, you know, here you go!

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