Paula Creamer Best Quotes

Paula Caroline Creamer (born August 5, 1986) is an American professional golfer on the U.S.-based LPGA Tour. As a professional, she has won 12 tournaments, including 10 LPGA Tour events. Creamer has been as high as number 2 in the Women’s World Golf Rankings. She was the 2010 U.S. Women’s Open champion. Enjoy Paula Creamer’s best quotes below.

Paula Creamer
“There is etiquette in golf, but it’s not any harder to learn than what to do at a dinner party. Actually, it’s probably easier. And these days, there are a lot more women out there than there used to be. It’s not like when I was young. I was always the only girl on the range.”
“Find a good teacher that will keep the game fun. Work hard and don’t be afraid to have success or disappointment. That is what golf is all about.”
“I think I do my own thing. I start my own trends. I see a lot of girls doing what I’ve been doing. Pink. Nobody wore pink, and now everybody wears it. It’s flattering.”
“My job is what millions of people do for recreation. How can you not like that?”
“I want to be a role model and I want to show kids that you can be strong and overcome adversity.”
“I needed to grow up and do things all adults do. It was time to stop having everything spoon fed to me. It was about being independent.”
“I care about my quality of life and money.”
“I just have to keep working hard.”
“Being nervous is not something you should be ashamed of. Nervous means you care, you really want to do well.”
“I’ve always wanted to win in my hometown.”
“I’ve never gotten cash out of a machine. I use my credit cards, so I don’t need to do that.”
“Women in pro-ams are always telling me about all the business deals they’ve struck on the golf course playing with their male work colleagues.”
“I plan my golf outfits for the tournaments, I recycle some for the practice rounds, but I always have new ideas for my golf attire, and I like to dress nice after the rounds, so I have to bring all my heels. It’s terrible. The worst part about being on tour is living out of a suitcase.”
“I wasn’t enjoying golf much. I was kind of getting a little bit tired, I was getting a little bit moody, and I was constantly getting angry. That’s not me. And when I saw that I knew I had to change.”
“Practice, work out, proper nutrition, lots of work on my short game. In golf, that’s really where the strokes come off the scorecard.”
“I have been an avid reader of ‘Golf Digest’ ever since I started playing this great game.”
“I love to win. But probably equal to that – I love doing what I do.”
“Every woman should recruit a female friend to take up golf so there will be more women available to play.”
“I believe you have to have balance in your life.”
“I grew up playing every sport.”
“I like it when, you know, 3-under wins, you know, 20-under par, it just brings so many other people into contention.”
“I’m getting more and more comfortable out on the golf course with the changes I’ve been making. It’s really just a confidence thing in that I love being in contention.”
“There are so many lessons in life that can be learned through golf. I am not afraid to say that I am still learning some of them and probably will continue for some time.”
“I take being a role model very seriously.”
“An American champion, obviously being here in the states, is something that we all look at with the U.S. Open. But golf is played all over the world, and there are so many great golfers from other countries, and we’re lucky enough that this is our home base to be able to play out of.”
“I learned that round four of a major is really not too much different than rounds one through three. I didn’t keep to my game plan in the ’08 U.S. Women’s Open for the final round. That won’t happen again!”
“There is so much I want to do in women’s golf, and I’m living my dream.”
“I’ve always – I grew up on the old-style traditional type of golf course, tree lined and all small greens, big undulations. And Oakmont just fit my eye.”
“I fear the future.”
“I just like being able to spend time with my family.”
“I like to address all parts of my game, but I’m really concentrating a lot of time with my coach, David Whelan, on my short game and on the greens.”
“I put the most pressure on myself.”
“I think about what I’ve accomplished and my career. I care about how many wins I have and whether I’m accomplishing my goals.”
“I want to win too bad.”
“I’m lucky my parents travel with me.”
“If what I say or what I do affects others who look up to me as a role model, that pleases me so much.”
“My expectations are incredibly high.”
“Nobody ever wants to have change, that’s for sure. But when it’s good, it’s really good.”
“School is very important to my family.”
“Someone has to take the garbage out, someone has to cook the food, and someone has to clean the dishes. I want to do all of that.”
“When I first started playing golf, I was heavily into softball and basketball.”
“I really enjoy what little time I have at home. The golf course and practice facilities are perfect and so close to home!”
“I’m not normally content with what I do unless I win.”
“I’ve always said, the harder the golf course, the better I play.”
“When I leave the country, I’m very, very cautious about what I eat and drink. No vegetables, no fruit.”
“My main goal is to be the No. 1 American and the No. 1 player in the world. If an American is on top of the leader board every week, it will bring more people into the game of golf.”
“My parents have always been there to really support anything I wanted to do or learn – they provided the opportunity for me. I was very blessed in that sense.”
“We are a global sport. I mean, golf is obviously played all around the world. But when you have your National Championship, of course, everybody in America is rooting for an American.”
“I don’t really have a ‘favorite’ person to play with. I like to play with the player that is playing the best, but it doesn’t always work out that way.”

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