Paula Creamer took one look at the wind and rain battering the Royal Liverpool links and liked what she saw. Creamer will play alongside defending champion Yani Tseng of Taiwan and Japan’s Ai Miyazato for the first two rounds of the Women’s British Open, the season’s fourth and final major starting today ( 6 a.m. on ESPN2) at Hoylake, England. With heavy wind and rain affecting Wednesday’s practice and more bad weather forecast for the next few days, the 36th staging of the tournament could become a war of attrition. “I hope it stays this windy and this hard,” Creamer said. “I like that. I truly like the challenge.” – Associated Press
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