Fairway Foxes: The LPGA's Most Sweltering Swingers

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Fairway Foxes: The LPGA's Most Sweltering Swingers
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Since joining the LPGA in 2005, Paula Creamer established herself as one of the cream of the crop.

She finished in the top 10 on 11 occasions, won a pair of tourneys, played an integral role in Team USA's Euro-thrashing at the Solheim Cup (the women's equivalent of the Ryder Cup), and banked a cool $1.5 million.

The leaderboard stalwart hasn't looked back since, she now has eight LPGA tour wins

The blonde bombshell also tends to have a lot of lovestruck guys in her gallery.
Once, according to an Indianapolis Star story, while walking to a tee box, Creamer was confronted by two zealous fans.

One held a "marry me" sign and the other a "me too" sign—the men were the golf world's equivalent of wolf-whistling construction workers. After hitting her shot, Creamer turned to them and said, "Move to Utah and I'll marry you both."

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