Paula Creamer is an American professional golfer on the LPGA Tour. She was the 2010 U.S. Women’s Open champion. Creamer turned professional in 2005 and has won 12 tournaments as a professional. As of the end of the 2019 season, Creamer was 10th on the all-time LPGa career money list with earnings of USD 12,131,822.
About Paula Creamer in brief
Paula Creamer is an American professional golfer on the U.S. -based LPGA Tour. As an amateur, she won numerous junior golf titles, including 11 American Junior Golf Association tournaments. Creamer turned professional in 2005 and has won 12 tournaments as a professional. She has been as high as number 2 in the Women’s World Golf Rankings. She was the 2010 U. S. Women’s Open champion. As of the end of the 2019 season, Creamer was 10th on the all-time LPGa career money list with earnings of USD 12,131,822. She became the youngest and quickest player to reach USD 1 million in L PGA career earnings in 2011. She won the Evian Masters tournament in France in July 2012. In November 2012 she won her third career title at the SBS Open, making a 40-foot birdie putt on the 17th hole to defeat Julieta Granada by one shot. She also played in her second Solheim Cup, losing to Kim Birdie by eight strokes in the final round of the final tournament of the tournament. She is a member of the PGA Tour, the L.A. Tour, and the European Tour. Her father is an airline pilot and her mother is a stay-at-home mother. She started playing golf when she was 10 years old, and was the top-ranked female junior golfer in California at the age of 12. Her best result of the 2006 season was a tie for second-10 finishes at The Mitchell Company Tournament of Champions.
She did not make the cut in any of the 27 tournaments in which she played, compiling a top-10 finish in 14 of the 16 tournaments. In 2007 she won the NEC Open and the Masters GC Ladies tournaments on the Japan LPG a tour, and added a victory at the MastersGC Ladies tournament two months later. In 2008 she won The Mitchell Tournament of. Champions, defeating Kim Birdies by eight shots. In 2009 she won a tournament at Turtle Bay, Turtle Bay Golf Club in Florida. In 2010 she was the youngest winner of a multiple-round tournament in LPGC history, beating Lexi Thompson by one stroke. In 2011 she became the first player to win two tournaments in the same year. In 2012 she was second on the money list behind Annika Sörenstam, and recorded eight top-three finishes. In 2013 she was named the LPGN Rookie of the Year award for her season, earning over USD 1.5 million, and earned over USD1.8 million. She played on the United States team in the Junior Solheim. Cup, going 3–1–1 for the competition. In 2014 she was part of the team that won the tournament, and went 3-1-1 in the 2014 Ryder Cup. In 2015 Creamer won her second title at The SBS Tour Championship, defeating Julieta Grandada by two strokes.