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By Sean Zak
Wednesday, March 04, 2015

Long-putt specialist Paula Creamer has done it again; only this time she was wearing heels and a dress.

At the HSBC Women’s Champions Gala Tuesday, Creamer lined up a 75-foot putt on an indoor putting green, the same distance as her memorable putt that won the event in a playoff one year ago.

The stakes weren’t nearly as high this time, but the result was much the same. With cameras in her face and fellow players Michelle Wie and Lydia Ko standing alongside, Creamer made her stroke and turned away thinking she had missed.

On second glance, she saw it fall into the cup.

Creamer has proven to have a knack for lengthy putts. In July 2013, she visited the golf.com office and made another 70-footer, which of course came on her first try.

Tuesday was just another rendition of what the LPGA has nicknamed "One-putt Paula." It wasn’t her first and it likely won’t be her last.

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