“I didn’t think I could be this patient,” she said.This won’t be a pick-up-where-you-left-off kind of return for Creamer, nor a turning of the proverbial page.Before she’d press on to hit a few more balls, ultimately paying the price.
Creamer exploded onto the LPGA scene in 2005, winning the Sybase Classic before she even graduated from high school.
She grew up fast, a pretty-in-pink idol for countless young girls around the country, a major winner and a sponsorship magnet. She remained with the same coach, caddie and agent for more than a decade and kept a strong nucleus with parents, Paul and Karen.
She calls it a “night and day” difference and believes a full commitment to Craggs’ plan will lead her back to the winner’s circle.
Only two clubs in her bag haven’t changed – her trusty Taylor Made R7 7-wood and Odyssey 2-Ball putter.
The first major change to her team came in December of 2014 when she married Derek Heath, an Air Force pilot and family friend. New coach, new swing, new workout regimen, new ball, new clubs. Creamer confirmed that after three years of marriage, she and Heath have parted ways.