Paula Creamer misses first LPGA cut since 2010
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Paula Creamer misses first LPGA cut since 2010


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Paula Creamer has been a staple on weekends on the LPGA Tour for nearly four years -- that is, until Saturday at the Kingsmill Championship in Virginia.

Creamer missed the cut for the first time since August 2010, the same year she won her lone major championship at Oakmont in the U.S. Women's Open. The span covered 82 tournaments.

The soon-to-be-married Creamer tweeted about the end of her streak, saying she'll be ready for the Airbus LPGA Classic as the stop to start a new streak.

While making 82 straight cuts is impressive, the mark was still well shy of Jane Blalock's tour record of 299 consecutive cuts made between 1969-80, including 27 wins.




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