With a masterful eagle putt from 75 feet, Paula Creamer ended her four-year drought for a golf title when she won the 2014 HSBC Women's Champions in Singapore on Sunday afternoon.
The 27-year-old American, whose last win came in the 2010 US Women's Open, pulled off the miraculous shot to win a thrilling play-off at the Sentosa Golf Club.
She shot a three-under 69 (278 total) to force the extra hole with Spain's Azahara Munoz (70).
Veteran Karrie Webb, who held the lead since the first day, dramatically faltered late on, including a costly bogey on the final hole. The 40-time LPGA Tour winner, who led by three strokes at the turn, had to settle for third place.
World No. 1 Park In Bee (68) claimed tied-fourth spot with No. 2 Suzann Pettersen (70). It was a week to forget for defending champion Stacy Lewis (73), who finished joint-40th to snap her streak of 13 consecutive top-10 finishes.
Lewis, ranked third in the world, said: "I played terrible. I didn't hit the ball good and didn't make any putts."
16-year-old New Zealand prodigy Lydia Ko (71) ended 15th while Singapore's Amanda Tan, the event's youngest player at 14, took last spot after a final round of 80 (315 total).