Describe your style on the course?
It’s a blend of performance and fashion. I want to look nice, but not if it means sacrificing my on course play.
What should we expect to see this season?
Adidas is once again forward thinking in their fashion, so you’ll just have to wait to see what exciting golf outfits and footwear I have on!! I can't wait!
Do you have input with adidas and your wardrobe?
I enjoy giving my input to the adidas design team. I like seeing some of my suggestions incorporated in the apparel. I have a lot of fun with it and they are really good about asking for my input for future lines of clothing.
Tell me about how you helped design a shoe.
Again, I wanted to combine fashion with performance, so we met quite a few times to discuss. Although my 2011 shoe is terrific, I really think my new 2012 shoe will be even better!! I wanted to wear the exact shoe that is sold in the stores with no modifications. It truly is a high performance shoe that is really good looking. Fashionable performance as I like to call it. The adidas footwear people are a really great group of people and I really enjoy seeing what they come up with after explaining my vision. So far it has been a grand slam. Click here to purchase >>
What is your favorite color to wear on the course besides pink?
I like a black and white combination, too. Honestly, adidas has so many good colors and combinations available that I really like all of them but black and white probably follows pink at the top of the list.
What is your favorite accessory on the course?
Probably my hair ribbon. I have quite a collection and it’s always fun picking out which one I wear each day.
Will you be launching any new Sundog glasses?
Oh yes…………my line is actually going to expand into non-golf markets as well, so look out!! It has been doing great and the new PC Sundog's have been received extremely well by everyone. It is a very exciting time for me and Sundog as well. Click here to purchase >>
How do you work with them on the design?
Like my shoes, I work with the Sundog design team and tell them what works, what doesn’t, what I want, and how I want them to look and also perform. From there, they design a sunglass prototype that we all think will be commercially successful. We meet again and I make changes and then the final glass is created. So far, it’s been great, as I enter my 5th year of the Paula Creamer Collection.
The 2011 PC Collection offers her three most popular styles including: a refined fitting Allure (the model Paula wore winning the U.S. Women's Open); the stylish Iconic with laser etched temple artistry; and Captiva, which has redefined sunglasses designed for smaller face shapes.