Paula Creamer is a popular American golfer on the Ladies Professional Golf Association Tour. She has enjoyed success on the course including 11 total tournament wins as a professional, and won the 2010 U.S. Open held at Oakmont Country Club in Pennsylvania. Paula always incorporates something pink into her outfit and her golf accessories leading to the nickname “Pink Panther,” which was given to her by her friend and fellow golfer Casey Wittenberg. She was featured in the EA Sports Tiger Woods PGA Tour video games as well as ad campaigns for Bridgestone Golf, Taylor Made, and Adidas.
In a sport that places no age limit on opportunities for good golfers, many golfers have the chance to enter the LPGA ranks at a young age and Paula joined the tour when she was just 18 years old. Paula’s first tournament win on the LPGA Tour was in 2005 at just 19 years old, now the third youngest winner ever on the tour. That win at the Sybese Classic came after an amateur career that saw her win 11 American Junior Golf Association tournaments and player of the year honors in 2003 from the AJGA. She has been named to the U.S. team for the Solheim Cup 5 times during her professional career and was named to the junior team 2 times as an amateur.
Sports Speaker Paula has been very involved with The First Tee of America, a youth development organization. She hosts an annual golf tournament called Paula 4 Kids Celebrity Event that welcomes guests and celebrities alike to a tournament, clinic and exhibition match to raise money for The First Tee of Sarasota/Manatee. Her own foundation, the Paula Creamer Foundation, helps raise money for young golfers in need as well as military families. Her special tie to the military comes from being a military kid herself, the daughter of a Navy officer.