U.S. Women’s Open Final Round

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celebrated her first career major title with her mom, Karen, and dad, Paul.
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tied for eighth place after a two-over 73 in the final round.
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shot a 5-under 66 while attempting to rally from seven shots back. She finished tied with Pettersen for second place.
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failed to mount a serious Sunday charge, and tied for second at 1-over 285.
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tried to charge with consecutive birdies on No. 2 and No. 3, but fell back with four bogeys in the next six holes and tied for 17th.
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fired a closing 74 to finish tied for 14th.
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showed why she's considered to be one of the game's future stars; the 15-year-old was the second-longest hitter in the field and tied for 10th.
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Creamer is the 12th first-time winner among the last 15 majors.
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Creamer stayed poised as most of the contenders around her kept tumbling, and finally celebrated after her final putt dropped.
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Creamer played only her fourth tournament since thumb surgery forced mechanical changes in her game because her right side is stronger than her left.
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Creamer, known as the Pink Panther for all-pink attire, closed with a 2-under 69, far better than the 75 she averaged during previous Women's Open final rounds.
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Creamer never gave up the lead during a steady final round at Oakmont.
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was within two shots before bogeys on the 15th and 16th dropped her six shots behind Creamer.