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Famous faces at the PGA Merchandise Show

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Natalie Gulbis talks to a fan at the Winn Grips booth.

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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.