Just Paula Creamer doing handstands in the fairway at St. Andrews

David Cannon

An unusual sight on the regal grounds of the home of golf.

Paula Creamer is arguably the most popular women's American golfer in the world. So at the home of golf, St. Andrews, which is also the stuffy headquarters of the Royal & Ancient, Creamer decided to show off for the practice round crowds and press and do a handstand in front of the famed Swilken bridge in the middle of the 18th fairway. Phil Mickelson took his British Open practice rounds very seriously by hitting backwards shots, so maybe the same approach will work for Creamer this week at St. Andrews.

And for some more context, this has become a little bit of a tradition for Ms. Creamer:

h/t to Steve DiMeglio

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