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Paula Creamer Celebrates 30th in Las Vegas

We here at Golf Babes are just old enough that Paula Creamer turning 30 makes us feel just a little ... old. We remember the chubby-cheeked 17-year-old Creamer when she first started showing up in LPGA tournaments as a hotshot amateur.

Now she's in her 12th season on the LPGA, she's a U.S. Women's Open winner, and she just celebrated the big 3-0 with some of her best friends in a Las Vegas excursion.

And - thanks, PC! - she and her friends shared photos of the partying. That included using their own hashtag - #downanddirtyforPCs30.

Some might hashtag these first couple pics #squadgoals:

Here are a couple of Paula with buddy Morgan Pressel:

This is Paula with Sydnee Michaels:

And here's Paula with Kelly Thesier of LPGA headquarters:

And finally, we have cake and cupcakes:

And the action continues the next day:

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