And the award for most animated goes to ... Paula Creamer!

After ending her long victory drought with a 75-foot putt - in a playoff - Creamer didn't try to curb her enthusiasm.

Paula Creamer's emotions spilled out after she ended her long victory drought.

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Paula Creamer was a little late to snag an Oscar nomination for Sunday night's awards show, but her performance after winning the LPGA event in Singapore certainly deserves a nod for animation.

Creamer ended her nearly 4-year-old victory drought by sinking a 75-foot, eagle putt on the second playoff hole against Azahara Munoz to capture the HSBC Women's Champions. This was no time to play it cool.

Even after she had time to compose herself and send out a tweet, the enthusiasm was still there.

In case that video went by a little too quickly for you, let's break it down a little. First, Creamer lines it up and hits it while 75 feet away from the cup:


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After the winner rams into the hole, she takes off sprinting across the green:


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Overcome with the sheer excitement and joy, she briefly sinks to her knees:


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And then she hugs her caddie:


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And, by the way, if you think using her putter would help you make the same kind of putt, here it is:

What did Paula Creamer use to hole that 75-foot eagle putt? H... on Twitpic

 

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