Paula Creamer is quite the hottie on and off the golf course. See her biography and photos here!
Paula Creamer was born on August 5, 1986 in Mountain View, California. She started playing golf at 10 years of age and learned much from playing on the amateur circuit. As a junior, she won the American Junior Golf Association title 11 different times and won a total of 19 national amateur tournaments as well. When she was 15 (2002), she was part of the winning U.S. team at the PING Junior Solheim Cup. It was that same year that she finished sixth in the combined boys and girls’ final totals, and also represented the U.S. at the R & A Junior Open at Royal Musselburgh.
Paula was named AJGA (American Junior Golf Association) Player of the Year in 2003. In addition to that title she also was named Golfweek’s and Golf Digest’s Junior of the Year, which she would also reclaim the following year. She was named top ranked female amateur in 2004.
In May 2005, Paula won the Sybase Classic Tournament in New Rochelle, New York. She was 18 years, 9 months and 17 days, making her the second youngest first time winner of an LPGA tournament. On July 23rd, 2005, she won the Evian Masters tournament in France. She became the youngest player (and the quickest) to reach $1 million dollars in earnings with the LPGA. She would go on to win the NEC Open in Japan in 2005, and the SBS Open at Turtle Bay in February 2007.
Because of her love of pink, she has been dubbed the “Pink Panther”. Her golf clubs have pink grips, her golf bag is pink (along with a Pink Panther head cover for her driver), and she always uses a pink golf ball in the last round of every tournament.
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