WinnerJiyai Shin /AP Photo/Steve Helber Jiyai Shin,of South Korea, celebrates jubilantly after winning the Kingsmill Championship LPGA Tour golf tournament in Williamsburg, Va., Monday, Sept. 10, 2012. Shin won the tournament in a nine-hole playoff battling American Paula Creamer. The South Korean made a two-putt par on the ninth playoff hole, to beat Paula and win the Kingsmill Championship, in doing so she ended the longest playoff between two players in LPGA Tour history. Both Shin and Paula were seeking their first LPGA Tour victory since 2010, Shin said she was hungry for the win; " We were so hungry for the win. I can’t believe because I did a hand operation in June and then after that two months I didn’t play. So I feel like I take a little bit long time for the win, but I’m really happy it’s coming quick." Shin said she was nervous facing the winning putt; "I was really nervous with it. But after, when I make that, I was really happy." Paula raced her 30-foot first putt which was downhill about 5 feet past the hole, and then missed the one back. Paula said she thought her first putt was good; " I thought I hit a great putt, the first one, it’s so much faster than the putting green. I felt good over the next one, it was tough because it was one of those dying ones. I can’t take away the way that I played. I played great this whole tournament and I’m going to think about it, but then I’m going to think it over and then I’m going to go and try and win a major. That’s what you want to do."