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Paula Caroline Creamer Wiki/Biography
Paula Caroline Creamer was born on 5 August 1986, in Mountain View, California USA, and is a professional golf player, best known for being part of the US-based LGPA Tour. She has won 12 tournaments, including 10 LGPA Tour events, and all of efforts have helped put her net worth to where it is today.
How rich is Paula Creamer? As of mid-2017, sources estimate a net worth that is at $8 million, mostly earned through a successful career in golf. She was the 2010 US Women’s Champion and is one of the highest LGPA career earners, finishing within the top ten of the earnings list. As she continues her career, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.
Paula Creamer Net Worth $8 million
Paula grew up in a home that overlooked a golf course. She did gymnastics and acrobatic dancing during her childhood. At the age of 10 she started playing golf and two years later, recorded 13 consecutive wins in junior events in California, becoming the top ranked female junior golfer in the state. She attended IMG Pendleton School, meantime winning 19 national tournaments during her amateur career. She played for the United States team in the Junior Solheim Cup, and was the AJGA Player of the Year in 2003. The following year, she won the LGPA Final Qualifying Tournament, and opted to turn professional at the age of 18.
She joined the LGPA Tour in 2005 and quickly became a top player there, the youngest winner of a multiple-round tournament in LGPA history, a record which she held until 2011. She also became the youngest and quickest player to reach $1 million LGPA career earnings. She won the NEC open on the Japan LGPA tour, and would earn a spot on the US Solheim Cup Team. She won the LGPA Rookie of the Year Award, but then had an unsuccessful 2006 season, although still earning a lot of money and her net worth continued to build. She rebounded in 2007 with two LGPA Tour titles, and finished third on the money list that year. In 2008, she would achieve a career-high four LGPA event wins, earning nearly $2 million during that time. Two years later, she would withdraw from the first event due to a thumb injury which was more severe than thought, and led her to miss out on more time, but returned to win the US Women’s Open, her first major. 2011 was less eventful for her with no tournament wins.
In 2012, Paula participated in the longest two-player playoff in LGPA Tour history at the Kingsmill Championship, facing off against Jiyai Shin – nine holes. She was unable to win any events during the season, but earned over $800,000, increasing her net worth further. She continued getting success in 2014, but fell outside the top 40 world rankings in 2015. She changed swing instructors, but her performance still slumped a little with only a fewevents with good performances, although ninth on the all-time LGPA career money list. Assisting her net worth, she has several endorsement deals with various companies such as Bridgestone Golf, Ricoh, and Citizen Watch Co.
For her personal life, it is known that Paula married pilot and Air Force veteran Derek Heath in 2014She also does charity work for The First Tee which helps junior golfers. She’s also donated scholarships to IMG Academy.
|Full Name||Paula Creamer|
|Net Worth||$8 Million|
|Date Of Birth||August 5, 1986|
|Place Of Birth||Mountain View, California, USA|
|Education||IMG Academy, Foothill High School|
|Parents||Paul Creamer, Karen Creamer|
|Nominations||Best Female Golfer ESPY Award, Best Play ESPY Award, Laureus World Sports Award for Breakthrough of the Year, Laureus World Sports Award for Comeback of the Year|
|1||(December 13, 2014) Married her longtime boyfriend Derek Heath following an 11-month-long engagement.|
|Women's British Open||2015||TV Series||Herself|
|Access Hollywood||2014||TV Series||Herself - Golfer|