By age 12, Paula Creamer was a junior-golf phenomenon, an Alameda County kid whose flair for golf promised a pink (as in healthy) future.
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Pink, as it turns out, became Paula Creamer's on-course color-she was draped in it for her 2010 U.S. Open Win-but her fashion sense was shaped at her childhood home.
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'I love fashion. I always have,' Creamer says.
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Watching my mom when I grew upshe always had her different outfits for springfor summerfor winter-her boots and her jackets. I was always fascinated with howout of her closetshe'd come up with all these outfits-and I wanted to do that as I got older' Creamer says of her childhood.'
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'Now, I feel I have my own style. I'm classic but very edgy at the same time,' she says of developing her own style.
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Paula Creamer's career earnings on the LPGA total $11,915,165.
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She's won 10 times on the LPGA Tour, including one major, the 2010 U.S. Women's Open.
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Paula Creamer has appeared on seven Solheim Cup teams.
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In her rookie season on the LPGA in 2005, Creamer was named the Louise Suggs Rookie of the Year.
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She's currently ranked 10th on the LPGA's career money list.
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In 2016, she recorded her 100th career top ten finish at the Pure Silk Bahamas LPGA Classic.