U.S.-based LPGA Tour's professional golfer, Paula Creamer is one of the top golfers in the world rankings of the golf. Winning many championships and titles, she has been playing golf from a minuscule age of her life. She has won many titles like Women's British Open, Evian Championship over the years.
Paula has reached ranking as number #2 in the Women's World Golf Rankings which is the highest she has reached so far. She was the 2010 U.S. Women's Open champion. She has also won LPGA Rookie of the Year award in 2005.
Paula Creamer's Personal Life: Married Derek Heath!
Gorgeous Golfer, Creamer was dating a United Airlines pilot, Derek Heath early 2000. Later she amused her fans announcing her engagement; she got engaged to Derek Heath on December 16, 2013. As confirmed by golfweek.com, her man proposed to her while skydiving.
Almost after a year on 13 December 2014, Creamer and her partner Derek shared the wedding vows at the Isleworth Country Club in Windermere, Florida in attendance of their close friends and family. With the wonderful nuptials, the love-duo won with lots of happiness and surprises. In July 2015, Paula got surprised after knowing that her spouse Derek was the part of the flight crew of United Airlines.
Paula Creamer shares her wedding picture on 1st Wedding Anniversary (Photo: Twitter)
On the occasion of her second wedding anniversary on 13 December 2016, she warmly wished her. Meanwhile, she showed her excitement to be bounded in a love relationship from many years as she gushed in a tweet saying "100 more years to go. " But unfortunately, it couldn't be possible. After the three years of togetherness, they filed for a divorce.
During her married life, Paula never got pregnant. Neither she showed her interested to have a child.
Paula Creamer's Net worth
The professional golfer apparently has an estimated net worth of net worth of $8 million dollars to date. At the end of 2016, Creamer was ninth on the all-time LPGA career money list with earnings of $11,773,647.
Started off at the age of 12, Paula became top-ranked female junior golfer in California. While she was still fresher in the games, she was one of the best, and in 2003 she was also named Player of the Year by the AJGA. Paula won multiple national tournaments throughout her junior career and chose to turn professional after winning the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament. She has been playing over the eight years, and won multiple tournaments, especially during her early years on the LPGA tour.
Born on August 5, 1986, Paula Creamer, grew up in Mountain View, California, United States. Paula is the only daughter of Paul Creamer and Karen Creamer. Creamer spent most of her childhood with her parents in a middle-class family in pleasant.
According to Creamer’s nationality, she is an American, and her ethnicity is white. She has a height of five feet seven inches, and she is the only child of their parents. She is very active on social media like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.