Creamer Uses TaylorMade r7 SuperQuad to Register Wire-to-Wire Victory for Second Time this Season
CARLSBAD, Calif. (November 12, 2007) – TaylorMade-adidas Golf Tour Staff professional Paula Creamer recorded her fourth career victory and her second wire-to-wire victory of the season at The Mitchell Company LPGA Tournament of Champions after posting a 20-under-par (67-65-68-68=268).
Creamer finished eight strokes better than the rest of the field for the convincing victory. On Thursday, Creamer posted seven straight birdies to close out her seven-under 65.
"I played good this week and gave myself a lot of chances," said Creamer. "I stayed really confident with myself, and I believed I could do it. I feel really confident, and I would love to take this momentum into next week with one left."
Using her TaylorMade r7® SuperQuad™ driver, Creamer nailed 49 out of 56 fairways (87.5%) and relied heavily on her Rossa® Suzuka CGB putter with AGSI®+ Technology to keep her bogey-free for an LPGA season-best 62 straight holes.*
Creamer's win marked the 12th time in the 2007 LPGA season that a TaylorMade driver was used to win a tournament.
Earlier this year, the 2005 LPGA Rookie of the Year won the 54-hole SBS Open at Turtle Bay in Hawaii.
In Creamer's bag:
TaylorMade r7 SuperQuad driver
TaylorMade Burner® 3-wood
TaylorMade r7 7-wood
TaylorMade Rescue® Mid 19°
TaylorMade r7 4-5 irons, r7 TP irons 6-PW
TaylorMade Rossa Suzuka CGB
TaylorMade React Pro glove
adidas Golf POWERBAND footwear
adidas Golf ClimaCool® apparel
* = statistics courtesy of the LPGA