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.“We’re no longer together,” she said, insisting that the rest remain a “private matter.” It’s understandable that a player who grew up on a worldwide stage would want to turn away the spotlight from her personal life.“Our body is our job,” said Creamer, “and when our body can’t do what we want it to do, it makes life so much more difficult.There are nights when you can’t sleep, because it’s all you think about.” At a time when Americans are surging on the LPGA, a rejuvenated, recommitted Creamer looks to get back in the conversation.
Injuries have now plagued Creamer for several chunks of her career. She’s wiser about practice now, stopping immediately when she feels pain. As of the end of the 2018 season, Creamer was 10th on the all-time LPGA career money list with earnings of ,986,350.