Before you start thinking Golf sport is for the old or not-so-athlete male, we’re here to burst your bubbles and show you some amazingly stunning female golf players that have made it to the top most beautiful female golf players, well amongst several other beautiful women in golf.
Kelly Rohrbach graced the pages of Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit issue in 2015 and was named the publication’s Swimsuit Rookie of the Year. The 25-year-old played high school golf at Greenwich Academy in Greenwich, Connecticut, and was recruited to play golf at Georgetown, which she graduated from in 2012.
Lexi Thompson has been one of the rising stars of the LPGA Tour for a couple of years now, and she’s accomplished that with her booming drives and social media savvy. If you can’t watch the 20-year-old on Tour, you can follow her off the course on her ever-popular Instagram page (which includes several gym selfies). Thompson has six career LPGA Tour wins.
Blair O’Neal was a member of the Arizona State women’s golf team and won Golf Channel’s “Big Break,” in 2010. O’Neal’s instruction tips have appeared on GOLF.com, and she’s recently been a part on Golf Channel’s “School of Golf.” This is the 33-year-old’s third time being included in GOLF’s Most Beautiful Women.
Bailey Mosier is a co-host for Golf Channel’s “Morning Drive” and also works as an on-site reporter at tournaments. The former Old Dominion University golfer is also the host of Golf Channel’s “Grill Room,” a series that runs on its website. The 29-year-old received a Masters of Journalism from Arizona State University.
Sadena Parks, a former contestant on the Golf Channel’s “The Big Break,” was just the fifth African-American female to earn her LPGA Tour card, and the 25-year-old recently wrapped up her rookie season. She played in 19 total events, owned a 73.49 scoring average and earned $69,680. In 2015 she posed for ESPN The Magazine’s Body Issue.
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Anna Cladakis met golfer John Daly when she was a promotional director for the Hooters restaurant franchise, and she got engaged to the two-time major winner and fan favorite in December 2014. She’s also been known to pick up his bag and caddie for him during tournaments.
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Katherine Roberts is the founder and president of Yoga for Golfers, a post she has held for 16 years. She’s been a leader and innovator in golf fitness and blends golf-specific conditioning, yoga and science to improve the performance of golfers of all levels. She’s been a certified yoga instructor for more than 20 years.
Holly Sonders was introduced to the golf world as a cast member for Golf Channel’s “Morning Drive,” but the former Michigan State women’s golfer joined FOX Sports in July 2014. She was a member of the network’s U.S. Open coverage at Chambers Bay in Washington, and the 28-year-old has also reported from the sidelines during NFL games. She’s one of two women to be a part of GOLF.com’s Most Beautiful Women all three years.