Golf is a lot harder than it looks. It takes brains, focus, toughness, physical prowess, and a lot of patience. A LOT. No seriously, it does. If you don’t respect golf, then you will likely change your mind after perusing these following 9 ladies who are taking the game by storm. They are getting the job done via spectacular fitness and raw talent for the sport. And yes, they happen to be physically stunning in nature. Let’s review…click to view video.
Ahn would win again on tour just a few weeks later. After a 4th in her next event, she played the rain shortened High One Resort SBS Charity Women’s Open. Like at her first win, she shot a great final round score to seize the lead. This time, she wound up in a playoff with Hyun Hee Moon, but won that on the first playoff hole.
In all, Shin Ae had 8 top tens in 2010 and finished third on the KLPGA money list.
Shin Ae had a much worse season in Korea in 2011. She had a 2nd place finish at the Nefs Masterpiece and a 3rd at the season ending ADT-Caps; but she only had three total top tens, and finished 22nd on the money list. Still, she was far from forgotten: the fans voted her Most Fashionable Player at the season ending KLPGA Awards Show. Continue reading
Belen Mozo is a professional golfer born on September 25,1988 in Cadiz, Spain. She is the residence of Los Angeles. She completed her schooling from the Institute Ortega y Gassets. Her aspiration to become a professional golfer arise when she started playing golf at the age of 8. She gives credit to her mother who influence her to pursue her dreams.
In 2004, Mozo played in the Junior Ryder Cup representing Europe, in which she won the AJGA Thunderbird Invitational while competing against the world’s top juniors, and also won the Doral-Publix Junior Classic. Mozo played for Span at number of team events which include the 2005 European Ladies Team Championship, the 2005 PING Junior Solheim Cup Team and the 2003 European Girls Team Championships. Continue reading
Rory McIlroy keeps trying to break his clubs
Rory McIlroy continued his recent slump at the Irish Open in Maynooth, Ireland, as the second ranked golfer in the world missed the cut by two strokes. Despite shooting an even-par 72 on Friday, McIlroy couldn’t make up for his 74 in the opening round, resulting in his third consecutive missed cut on the European Tour. McIlroy also continued his streak of trying to break his clubs, bending his driver over his back after an errant tee shot at No. 11.
You may remember Rory wasn’t too happy in the final round of the U.S. Open at Merion Golf Club, and destroyed a Nike iron. Continue reading
1. Keep Your Hands Low Limiting the height of the follow through will effectively reduce the height of your shots. The lower the hands, the lower the ballflight. Moving the ball back in your stance or choosing a stronger club and trying to swing easy are other ways to accomplish the same thing, but they’re less reliable and more difficult to execute. Instead, keep your hands low in the finish (compare the two photos at right), and the trajectory of your shots will be lower. Continue reading
Meet LPGA hottie Ryann O’Toole…
O’Toole was born in Agoura Hills, California, and graduated from San Clemente High School in 2005. She played college golf at UCLA and recorded 12 top-10 finishes during her college career. She holds the course record at Colwood Golf Club in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, with a 66. Continue reading
Natalie Gulbis notably is one of the most sexiest female golfers in the world. This can be witnessed in her 2004, 2005 racy calendars and definitely when she posed in a bikini for FHM magazine. According to her, the physical enchantment is just apart of building bigger fan base for a sports activity she loves playing.
Natalie Gulbis is very profitable and makes a good dwelling out of playing golf. Impressively, she started playing golf at a tender age of 4 and at only 14 many years she won the California State Women’s newbie Golf. Continue reading
Kathleen Ekey of Medina shot a 67 in the first round of the Kingsmill Championship in Williamsburg, Virginia LPGA event. Kathleen played on the SWGT and is a former Player of the Year.
KATHLEEN EKEY (LPGA pro)
Kathleen Ekey was born in Cleveland, Ohio on November 8, 1986 Continue reading