PARADISE ISLAND, BAHAMAS - MAY 24: Paula Creamer plays a shot on the sixth hole during the first round of the Pure Silk-LPGA Bahamas Classic at the Ocean Club course on May 24, 2013 in Paradise Island, Bahamas.
Paula Creamer, she is always put together and she is also a really good golfer and I hope to be the same way. She is my favorite golfer.
I'm definitely sick ... My grandma passed away, and I'm just not sleeping. My body kind of shut down.
I just made more putts ... I had a couple of bogeys early on, but fought back hard and played well on the back nine, which is the front nine.More quotes »
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Shin to defend LPGA Kingsmill crown
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espnw -- Jiyai Shin's win at Kingsmill a turning point
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Masson shoots 64 to lead LPGA in North Texas
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Playoff combatants Shin, Creamer commit to Kingsmill
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