• Creamer (once again) thrives on Solheim stage
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    Creamer (once again) thrives on Solheim stage

    WEST DES MOINES, Iowa – The Solheim Cup, more than any other event, makes Paula Creamer summon her best. The red, white and blue. The crowds. Her team. Her partner. Creamer lives to play in this event. Two years ago in Germany, Creamer was a questionable captain’s selection. She delivered a 2-2 performance. This year, she wasn’t a captain’s selection, but was added to the team when Jessica Korda pulled out because of a forearm injury. She’s paired with rookie Austin Ernst to collect a 2-1 record. “All those Twitter people out there that told me that I shouldn’t have picked Paula, shame on you,” U.S. captain Juli Inkster quipped. This is Creamer’s seventh consecutive Solheim Cup. Her two victories

  • VIDEO: Ollie Schniederjans employs one-handed finish on putt at Wyndham
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    VIDEO: Ollie Schniederjans employs one-handed finish on putt at Wyndham

    There’s an endless stream of ways to putt, but that doesn’t mean a particularly peculiar method won’t catch other golfers’ eyes. Ollie Schniederjans fired a 7-under 63 on Friday at the Wyndham Championship to move himself into contention (he’s currently two back heading into the weekend). A former World Amateur No. 1, Schniederjans has usually sported a pretty conventional game. He has been the rare PGA Tour player to go without a hat, but that’s a unique fashion choice rather than something peculiar about his play. But here’s something that really might capture your attention … Schniederjans employing a one-handed finish on a putt at the Wyndham Championship: OK, yeah that’s not something you

  • Hutton: Lake Central's Andy Hegan ramps up pursuit of PGA Tour dream
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    Hutton: Lake Central's Andy Hegan ramps up pursuit of PGA Tour dream

    Andy Hegan isn't sure where his golf adventure is going to take him. But he's all-in for whatever transpires over the next year. "I just want to get better," he said. "I'm trying to get to the next level." With the support of his dad Dave, Hegan took the unusual step of leaving Lake Central last fall to immerse himself in golf. His winter residence is in Carlsbad, Calif., where his dad has a place. Hegan is currently in Northwest Indiana playing for the next six weeks. The long-term goal: play on the PGA Tour. Hegan's days are a mix of golf and school. He attends Indiana University's online high school. Hegan takes classes on his own. Each subject has a midterm and final. When he passes the classes,