Lights, Camera, Glam!

Several LPGA players had the chance to take part in a unique off-course experience at the Park Hyatt Aviara when Golf Channel hosted the group for interviews and a photo shoot to display the pros in a glamorous light off the course.

Several LPGA players had the chance to take part in a unique off-course experience Tuesday night at the Park Hyatt Aviara when Golf Channel hosted the group for interviews and a photo shoot to display the pros in a glamorous light off the course. Accompanied by a red carpet, various props and advance slow-motion technology, the players will be showcased for fans like never before.

“It was great, it was so much fun,” said Creamer. “You come in and get your hair and makeup done like you said.  Just showing a little bit of your own personality.  I love fashion, so whenever it comes to getting your hair and makeup done, wearing a pretty dress and heels, I'm all for it. 


“But just to show we are females, just because we're athletes, we are very feminine, and like I said, we all have own personalities and characteristics like everybody does,” said Creamer. “To show that on camera, you don't get to see it a lot so it was great.  Even being with the girls at the same time, just signing a mirror with lipstick, there's not many times that you get to do that.  Just showing that there is a little bit more to us than hitting the ball in a four-inch hole.”

Golf Channel will use the shots throughout LPGA telecasts starting at the Tour’s first major at the Kraft Nabisco Championship in two weeks.

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