Oldies but goodies: Webb leads Stanford at HSBC
Karrie Webb cards a 3-under 69 to hold a two-shot lead after the second round in Singapore for the HSBC Women's Champions.
Golfing World: Paula Creamer's best shot
Paula, the ‘Pink Panther’, Creamer shares her best shot with us. No prizes for guessing which long-range, miracle putt she went for.
Sunday showdown: Webb, Stanford battling at HSBC
Karrie Webb leads by one shot after three rounds at the 2014 HSBC Women's Champions in Singapore.
Creamer wins 10th LPGA title in dramatic fashion
Paula Creamer holed a 75-foot eagle putt to win the HSBC in a playoff over Azahara Munoz.
With This Victory: Creamer cashes in on recent form
Paula Creamer snapped a 79-event winless drought Sunday by draining a 75-foot eagle putt at the HSBC Women’s Champions in Singapore.
Golfing World: McIlroy leads Honda as Woods struggles
Golfing World's Mick Le Mare guides you through the first round action at the Honda Classic, action from the LPGA Tour in Singapore where Karrie Webb extends her lead and the worst Happy Gilmore impression you'll see.a straight clear Russell Henley at 7-under par. Elsewhere in the field, Tiger Woods had a tougher time a bit. The World Number 1 finished his day 8 shots behind McIlroy, 22 years to the day since he made his PGA debut. Zach Johnson was a relieved man after carding a round of 67, playing alongside Tiger Woods and Keegan Bradley. The American began his day with a quadruple bogey at the 11th. The 2007 Masters Champion tweeted as a relieved golf corresponding with 7 birdies to leave in welling contention. On the LPGA Tour, Karrie Webb has extended
Golfing World: Woods WD's; Henley triumphs; Creamer's monster putt
Russell Henley may have taken the victory at The Honda Classic but it was Tiger Woods who took the headlines; the world number one withdrawing with back pain half-way through his final round. Elsewhere Paula Creamer sunk one of the shots of the season to win the HSBC Women’s Championssince the 2010 U.S. Women's Open. Whilst Queena ended her title drought, Ross Fisher also ended a run of almost four years without a win. The Englishman finished three strokes clear of Michael Hoey and Danie
Webb leads Creamer and Co. at HSBC Women's
Karrie Webb fires an opening 6-under 66 to lead by one shot after the first round in Singapore for the HSBC Women’s Champions. Just one shot back are Paula Creamer and Caroline Hedwall.day. But it was Karrie Webb who they will all chasing, right tee shot at the short 14th, this took to them on as 5 for the Australian, and deem one of the shots of the