"The Golf Digest Interview" is typically full of fresh stories and revealing insights. Then there was January's sitdown with Paula Creamer that would have been better suited for pages of Miss Teen. Maybe.
And no, I'm not making this up:
GD: When you turned pro, was your press conference televised?
PC: Um . . . no. I think I had something later on The Golf Channel, but it was nothing like she had.
Do you have any idea how much you're worth?
I have no idea.
I don't care about that kind of stuff. I care about my quality of life and money, but I don't know an exact number.
Definitely not $10 million?
No, not $10 million.
Maybe $5 million?
In that area.
Who handles your money?
IMG [International Management Group]. My parents are also involved, but I have a person who handles all of my money.
So if you go to an ATM right now and get cash, what's your available balance?
I've never gotten cash out of a machine. I use my credit cards, so I don't need to do that.
You've never gotten cash out of a machine?
Never. I've watched people, but I've never done it.
Come on! How do you get cash?
My dad, I guess.
How many credit cards do you have?
What color are they?
I have platinum. I have a new green one, which is pretty cool.
Golf Digest people probably don't get the new green ones.
[Laughs.] I do go to the bank and make withdrawals, but not from those machines.
Do you have a PIN number?
I might have one, but I don't know it. I have a debit card, I think, but I've never used it.
Do you get an allowance?
From who, my parents? No, but I'm trying to learn how much I'll allow myself to spend each month: $4,000, maybe $2,000. I haven't figured out the number yet. It depends on where we play. New York was terrible. That was the week I won for the first time, so I went crazy.
How much a month do you spend on clothes?
Too much. It depends. I can go from $1,000 in a week to $1,000 in a month. It's a lot.