Natalie Gulbis and Paula Creamer appear to be having fun at the Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia gala, and they look good doing so. Gulbis posted a few photos on Twitter of her and Paula Wednesday night wearing gorgeous, long, flowing Malaysian gowns designed by Tom Abang Saufi. Here’s hoping they take that beauty, style and grace from the gala to the fairways this week. Gulbis is looking for her second LPGA win and Creamer is seeking her first victory since the 2010 U.S. Women’s Open.
Gulbis is one heck of a golfer. She may have disappeared from the public eye a bit, but I expect a big year from her in 2013. If not, her Twitter account might end up being the best thing about her…
Natalie Gulbis on Twitter – @natalie_gulbis
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World No. 1 Yani Tseng, along with US duo Natalie Gulbis and Paula Creamer, Choi Na-yeon of South Korea and Suzann Pettersen of Norway are all expected to attend the press briefing.
There will be a charity skins game on Thursday at the Miramar Golf and Country Club in Linkou, New Taipei City, which will be followed by a 54-hole invitational featuring 95 players from Friday to Sunday, according to the organizers. Continue reading
Most guys watch golf to catch a glimpse of Natalie Gulbis or the next hottest woman on tour.
So it is time to embrace the women that make women’s golf a little more interesting, even if they are better known for their looks rather than their games.
Here it is: the top women to ever hit the fairways. Continue reading
I was just minding my business last night, enjoying a Sunday evening on Twitter when an email popped into the inbox. It was from some guy named Ashley Woolfe and he was offering up a photo of the “World’s Hottest Golfer,” UK native Sophie Horn. “I have a picture of The World’s Sexiest Golfer, Sophie Horn, caught changing in the car park at The Open at Lytham. Please email me and I will send it to you,” Woolfe wrote.
And he did send the photo.
But it was just a photo of a hot chick with her shirt off in a car, wearing her famous belt and a white bra.
That’s it. Just a photo. Continue reading
It’s too early to tell if Susana Benavides will ever achieve her dream of playing full time on the LPGA Tour. But no matter where her career takes her, the Bolivian beauty is bound to turn heads.
Benavides, the only Bolivian-born golfer to ever play in an LPGA event, also happens to look like she could represent her country at the Miss Universe Pageant. Come to think of it, why isn’t she Miss Bolivia with this swing? Continue reading
Holly Sonders will be the cover girl for next month’s Golf Digest
Next month’s Golf Digest will featured The Golf Channel’s Holly Sonders as the cover girl of the new fit issue that will feature 35 pages of how to get in your best golfing shape.
The bonus for golf fans all around? Sonders shows off the work she’s put in on her own bod, and let’s just say it’s obvious that someone knows the way to the gym.
For those that don’t know, Sonders is a permanent staple on The Golf Channel’s “Morning Drive” and also does work on “School of Golf.” A “3 or 4 handicap” golfer, Sonders played at Michigan State before jumping into the broadcast world.
Before the Golf Channel, Sonders worked for the Big Ten Network along with a stint at KATV in Little Rock, Ark. Continue reading
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