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If the weather sticks, Creamer likes her shot
Taiwan’s Yani Tseng will tee off with American Paula Creamer and Japan’s Ai Miyazato for the first two rounds of the Women’s British Open, the season’s fourth and final major starting today at Hoylake, England.
If the weather in Hoylake, England, remains as rainy and windy as it was Wednesday on the eve of the Women’s British Open, then Paula Creamer likes her chances. “I hope it stays this windy and this hard; I like that,” the American said. “I truly like the challenge.”

Rain? Wind? Perfect.

Taiwan’s Yani Tseng will tee off with American Paula Creamer and Japan’s Ai Miyazato for the first two rounds of the Women’s British Open, the season’s fourth and final major starting today at Hoylake, England.
If the weather in Hoylake, England, remains as rainy and windy as it was Wednesday on the eve of the Women’s British Open, then Paula Creamer likes her chances. “I hope it stays this windy and this hard; I like that,” the American said. “I truly like the challenge.”
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