Karrie Webb and Paula Creamer are just two great winners for whom a return to form would be popular all round, and with the Australian coming close to winning at Dundonald Links and Creamer making it through Ricoh Women's British Open Final Qualifying on Monday, the renaissance of both players could be on the horizon.

It is now over three years since Creamer created such a stir as she skipped after that 75-footer which won her the 2014 HSBC Champions in Singapore. The photographers were enthralled, explaining that that was why they so loved covering women’s golf. 

Creamer might just be interested to learn that she has competition in the long-putt stakes at Kingsbarns in that it was here, in the 2012 Dunhill Links championship, that Michael Phelps, the Olympic legend, holed from 153 feet at the 6th hole. What was declared the longest putt ever to have been followed by the TV cameras took all of 20 seconds from the start of its journey to the finish.

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