Creamer lights up Owens Corning Classic

Paula Creamer may not have found the success she was looking for in the U.S. Women's Open. However, the "Pink Panther" lit up the first round of the Jamie Farr Owens Corning Classic in Ohio with an astounding 60.

In fact, Creamer (pictured right) claims that she didn't know how well she was doing. Creamer told the media, “I didn’t know it was a par 71, I thought it was a par 72. If I would have known that, who knows?”

The lowest score for a 21 year old in an LPGA round prior to Creamer's performance was a 64, thus shattering the record.

Creamer's playing partner for the day, Natalie Gulbis, said, “Paula is so talented. She could birdie every hole. She’s a birdie machine. I don’t think there’s a day that she goes out not thinking she can birdie every hole.”

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