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Old 08-02-2007, 03:18 PM
 
Location: Michigan
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ST. ANDREWS, Scotland

The Old Course at St. Andrews has never seen anything like it: Paula Creamer doing a cartwheel in front of the famous Swilcan Bridge at the 18th hole.

The fabled course is offering plenty of surprises to the players preparing for the Women's British Open, the first women's professional tournament to be held at the home of golf.

''When you're watching it on TV, everything seems like it's straight in front of you,'' said 17-year-old Michelle Wie, still trying to get her game back on course after a wrist injury. ''It's just so different when you play it. I never realized that almost every tee shot on the front nine is a blind tee shot.''

Women Pros at St. Andrews for First Time
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