American Golfer Paula Creamer tasted decent success in her professional career. She is a well-known personality in the world of golf which tends to bring interest towards her personal life amongst her fans. It was believed Paula found her soulmate in the form of Derek Heath, but fate had other plans.

It's been only a couple of months since the couple filed for divorce and thus, Paula's personal life has come up as a matter of intrigue. So, what actually went wrong between the two of them? 

Paula Creamer Separated From Husband Of Three Years Derek Heath     

The news broke out in March this year that Paula Creamer and Derek Heath are no longer together. She confirmed it to the Golf Channel after returning to the LPGA Tour post surgery that she has separated from her husband.

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Paula Creamer during a golf training session
 
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The Golfer said:

"Derek and I are no longer together. We want to keep it as private as we can, but I am back out here, and I am beyond excited to be back out here."

Since Paula has refused to speak further on her personal life, we can only speculate something must have gone wrong for the pair to part ways. The actual reason has not been revealed to the media yet. 

She took a break from her career for six months following her divorce and a surgery on her wrist and made her comeback to the LPGA Tour at the 2018 Bank of Hope Founders Cup.                

“I definitely have put a lot of focus and energy in my golf, and I feel great,” Creamer said. “I feel as strong as I’ve ever been, mentally and physically.”   

As of now, she is completely focused on her career and has maintained a low key personal life. 

Paula Creamer And Derek Heath's Married Life

Creamer announced her engagement with Heath on 16th December 2013 after dating for some time. The following year, the couple tied the knot in Windermere, Florida on 13th December 2014.

The golfer's former husband is a United Airlines pilot and the United States Air Force veteran.         

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Paula Creamer with her former husband, Derek Heath
 
Source: Golf News Net

The couple genuinely seemed like made for each other. So it has come as a huge shock to her fans how abruptly the duo left each other. There is no concrete news on why the pair called it quits, although her fans will be hoping she finds her eventual soulmate pretty soon.

Paula Creamer's Professional Career

Paula began her golf career from an early age. Her passion for the sport grew during her school days. She began as an amateur golfer at the mere age of 10. In 2004, she won the 'Curtis Cup'. This victory enhanced her career which provided the initiative of turning professional the same year.

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Paula Creamer at the 17th Annual ESPY Awards
 
Source: Zimbio

She became a professional golfer in 2004. This resulted in her participating in several tours. Her first major professional success came in 2010 when she won "U.S. Women's Open." She did not rest on her laurels. She began working even harder and giving her all on every other tour. As a result, she's collected 10 professional wins to date.        

Quick Facts: Paula Creamer

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Source: USA Today

  • She was born on 5th August 1986 in California.
  • Her birth sign is Leo.
  • Her parents are Paul Creamer and Karen Creamer.
  • Her nickname is 'The Pink Panther'.
  • She went to IMG Pendleton School from 2000 to 2013.
  • She did her further studies from Foothill High School.
  • Before turning pro, she won 11 titles with the American Junior Golf Association.
  • In 2005, she won the LPGA Rookie of the Year.
  • Her grandfather was very close to her while she was growing up.
  • She featured alongside Tiger Woods in Tiger Woods PGA Tour, an EA Sports video game.
  • Her net worth is estimated to be $8 million.