The 15 Hottest Female Golfers In The World

While some people love watching golf on a lazy weekend, many others find it to be a bit slow or boring to watch on TV. Over the years we have seen many professional golfers with beautiful wives or girlfriends, but if you look around a bit you can actually find some really hot female golfers as well. We’ve all heard of Natalie Gulbis, and Paula Creamer is becoming more of a household name as of late.

This list includes many female golfers who might not win a lot of tournaments, and a lot of these ladies are just getting started out in their careers. While the majority of these women might not make a ton of money or become rich and famous as a professional golfer, if they utilize their beauty and get into modeling or acting, they can surely make a nice living for themselves.

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15 Danielle Montgomery

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To be honest, Danielle Montgomery is not a very good golfer. The English born golfer now lives in Australia and her biggest claim to fame was her photo shoot for the 2009 Women of Professional Golf Calendar where she appeared nude in a bathtub full of golf balls (a tribute to Australian golfer Jan Stephenson who did a similar pose in 1986). Montgomery turned pro in 2007 and has not won anything to speak of. This blonde bombshell relaxes by having a hot shower or going shopping. She barely makes any money as a professional, but looks good doing so.

14 Sharmila Nicollet

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Sharmila Nicollet was born and raised in India and has also represented her home country in international competition. She took up golfing at 11 years old and won her first tournament at 15. At 18 she decided to turn pro and became the youngest Indian golfer to ever qualify for the Ladies European Tour. She won the 2009-10 Order of Merit on the Women’s Golf Association of India and has 11 wins on that tour. You may not get to see much of Sharmila watching golf on TV, but she is certainly worth looking up on the Internet.

13 Maria Verchenova

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Verchenova holds the distinction of becoming the first Russian player to be a fulltime member of the Ladies European Tour. She has won Russian, Austrian, Latvian, and Slovenian Amateur Championships. Maria started playing golf at 12 years old and attended Moscow State University of Sport. Verchenova finished tied for fourth at the HONMA Pilsen Golf Masters in 2013. Maria was once quoted as saying “I always like to bring something extra special to the golf course, so if I’m wearing sexier, more stylish stuff like a shorter skirt or a nice tennis-style dress and people notice then great.” People noticed.

12 Paula Creamer

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Paula Creamer is not only good looking, but she is actually a good golfer as well. She won 11 American Junior Golf Association tournaments before turning pro and joining the LPGA in 2005. Since then, Creamer has gone on to win 12 tournaments which includes 10 LPGA Tour events. At one point she was ranked the second best golfer according to the Women’s World Golf Rankings. Creamer won the 2010 U.S. Women’s Open and has finished third at both the Women’s PGA Championship and the Women’s British Open. She has had endorsement deals with TaylorMade-addias and Citizen Watches.

11 Demi Runas

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Demi Runas just turned professional in 2015, so you may not have heard of her yet. Demi started playing golf when she was only four years old and competed in tournaments at the age of eight. She attended UC Davis where she was a three time Big West Player of the Year and won the Big West Women’s Golf Championship in 2013. Runas practices yoga to help her golf game and keep in shape. Demi says that her only golf superstition is changing her golf ball every six holes. In her rookie year she earned just under $15 thousand, so she may want to think about supplementing her career with modeling.

10 Natalie Gulbis

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Natalie took up golf at just four years old and won her first tournament at seven. She played in her first official LPGA event as an amateur at 14 and won a national championship at the University of Arizona. Gulbis turned pro at 18 years old and didn’t win any events until her sixth season as a professional. She is considered a sex symbol and released a calendar in 2005. Natalie has been featured in FHM magazine and has had endorsement deals with EA Sports and MasterCard. She had her own reality show called The Natalie Gulbis Show in 2005 and competed on The Celebrity Apprentice in 2009. Natalie was also featured in the 2012 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.

9 Cheyenne Woods

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No, Cheyenne Woods is not Tiger’s new wife; she is actually the legendary golfer’s niece. Cheyenne’s father Earl is Tiger Wood’s half-brother, and her first golf coach was her grandfather Earl Woods. Cheyenne played golf at Xavier College Preparatory where she won back to back Arizona 5A State Championships in high school. She then played golf at Wake Forest University and has gone on to win more than 30 amateur tournaments. Woods won the ACC Championship in 2011 and turned pro in 2012. She joined the Ladies European Tour in 2013 and the LPGA Tour in 2015, becoming just the sixth African-American woman to do so.

8 Valeria Ochoa

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Ochoa was born in Colombia and moved to Florida when she was five years old. At just six years old she decided she wanted to be a professional golfer and she won the South American Championship twice. After having three children Valeria decided to take the game back up and worked as an instructor and then founded and served as the director of a junior golf academy. Ochoa was featured on the reality TV series The Big Break III: Ladies Only in 2005 and again on Big Break VII. In 2008 she released a sexy golf calendar, and Ochoa is now the sales golf manager at Turnberry Isle in Miami.

7 Sandra Gal

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Sandra Gal may have a boring name, but she certainly isn’t your ordinary gal. Sandra was born in Germany and starting playing golf at just five years old. She joined the German National Team at 17 and won the German National Girls Championship at 18. Gal played golf at the University of Florida and won four events and was named an All-American. Sandra joined the LPGA Tour in 2008 and won the Kia Classic in 2011. Gal finished 3rd at the U.S. Women’s Open in 2012 and was ranked #33 that year.

6 Blair O’Neal

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Blair got her start at 11 years old when she was enrolled in a junior golf clinic with her brother. At 13 years old she started playing for the American Junior Golf Association. She won the Women’s 5A Arizona State Golf Championship in high school and was a two-time NCAA women’s long drive champion for Arizona State University. Blair turned professional in 2004 and booked her first modeling job around the same time. O’Neal won the reality TV series Big Break: Dominican Republic and has widely been recognized for her beauty. She was named one of the “Hottest Golfers” by Golf Digest and “One of the Hottest 50 Athletes of All-Time” by Sports Illustrated. Brooke was featured in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition three times.

5 Beatriz Recari

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Beatriz was born in Pamplona, Spain, which you may know as the home of the Running of the Bulls. She took up golf at 11 years old and won the Spanish Amateur Championship in 2004 and the French Amateur Championship in 2005. Recari joined the Ladies European Tour in 2006 and the LPGA Tour in 2010. On the LPGA Tour Recari has won the CVS/pharmacy LPGA Challenge in 2010, the Kia Classic in 2013, and Marathon Classic in 2013. She battled an eating disorder and became the ambassador for The Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness. Beatriz has been dating her caddie for several years so consider that the next time you are looking for a new job.

4 Meghan Hardin

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Hardin is not a well-known golfer, but she competed on the reality TV series Big Break Atlantis and Big Break NFL. She was actually the youngest competitor on the series at just 19 years old. Meghan was the first girl to make her high school men’s golf team. She became captain of that team and of the cheerleading team at the same time. Hardin has played on the Cactus Tour and the LPGA Symetra Tour and has had sponsorships with Ralph Lauren and Tiffany Sunglasses. She was the 2014 Calendar Girl for Wilson and also works as a realtor in Lake Arrowhead, California.

3 Kathleen Ekey

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Kathleen Ekey played golf at Furman University and the University of Alabama. In 2009 she turned professional and joined the Futures Tour. Ekey was the Tour’s Player of the Year and finished first on the money list in 2011. In 2012 she joined the LPGA Tour, but has not had much success since then. Kathleen has earned about $88 thousand dollars over her career but could earn a lot more if she got into modeling or perhaps hosting a show on The Golf Channel. Ekey has a close relationship with her mother and lives in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

2 Christy Yun

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Christy Yun is a semi-professional golfer and merchandiser with a passion for fashion. Yun has shared her plans to launch a golf clothing line that can be worn both on and off of the golf course. She also has designs on training and entering a bikini fitness competition. You likely won’t run into Yun on the course, but you can find her working as a pro shop assistant at the Lakes at Castle Hills golf course. Christy played at Columbia University and finished 39th at the U.S. Women’s Open Sectional Qualifying in 2012.

1 Paige Spiranac

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Paige Spiranac has become an Internet sensation and now has more than 570 thousand followers on Instagram. The former San Diego State University golfer gained attention when her school’s trick shots video was viewed 1.5 million times on YouTube. Paige has often been called the hottest athlete in the world and is also a former gymnast. When asked about her sexy outfits on the golf course she said that she is “not wearing these clothes to, you know, cause controversy or anything. It’s just what I feel comfortable in…I feel that women should be confident and they should do what they want to do.”


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