Famous faces at the PGA Merchandise Show

  • Paula Creamer answered questions for a crowd that measured eight people deep at the Bridgestone booth Friday morning. Creamer, who had traded golf attire for dress clothes and sky-high python heels, spoke about her U.S. Women's Open victory.
  • Paula Creamer was all smiles as she re-lived the final moments of her U.S. Women's Open victory for a packed crowd at the PGA Show.
  • Nancy Lopez answered questions at the SkyKap booth during the final day of the PGA Show.
  • Nancy Lopez spent a good part of the weekend at her own booth, Nancy Lopez Golf, greeting show-goers.
  • PGA Tour player Ryan Moore signed autographs and posed for pictures at the True Linkster booth Friday afternoon.
  • The crowd at the True Linkswear booth Friday snapped pictures of Ryan Moore as he autographed posters.
  • Dave Pelz talked about his book, "Golf Without Fear," Thursday at the PGA Merchandise Show.
  • Matt Kuchar answers questions from an XM radio golf analyst at the Bridgestone booth.
  • Teaching pro Butch Harmon and LPGA player Natalie Gulbis spent an hour at the Winn Grips booth signing autographs Thursday afternoon. The line – perhaps 100 or so – snaked around the booth. Gulbis signed posters and chatted as cell-phone cameras captured the occasion.
  • Natalie Gulbis talks to a fan at the Winn Grips booth.
  • Greg Norman, Hank Haney and Michael Breed participate in a show roundtable on Thursday morning at the PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, Fla. on January 27, 2011.