By Michael Terrill @MichaelTerrill on April 21, 2014
There are so many talented female golfers that are responsible for the sport picking up steam in recent years. Whether it’s the LPGA Tour, Ladies European Tour, or Symetra Tour, these ladies know how to crush it on the links. Not only are they very skilled in the game of golf, but they also are incredibly beautiful. Check out the 15 hottest female golfers of 2014.
Belen Mozo is currently ranked 116th in the world in the Rolex women’s world golf rankings. Of the 20 events she was in last season, she made the cut 13 times and earned $114,325 on tour. She was the first person in over 30 years to be named the Ladies British and Girls’ British Amateur champion in the same season.
Lexi Thompson is ranked No. 7 in the in the world in the Rolex women’s world golf rankings thanks in large part to her first career major win in the Kraft Nabisco Championship this year. This season has been one to remember as she also finished seventh in the U.S. Women’s Open and 17th in the LPGA Championship.
Yes, Brooke Pancake is her real name. The 24-year-old turned professional two years ago after graduating from Alabama. She qualified for a major for the first time in her career this season by finishing 53rd in the LPGA Championship.
Kathleen Ekey has two career wins on the Symetra Tour, and her best finish in a LPGA major is 62nd in the LPGA Championship this season. The 2011 Futures Tour Player of the Year likes to cook, do yoga and watch football and hockey when she’s not playing golf.
Sharmila Nicollet is currently the only Indian player on the Ladies European Tour. Along with that, she’s the youngest Indian golfer to qualify for the Ladies European Tour. Her dream is to qualify for the LPGA in 2015 and win at the 2016 Summer Olympics.
Paula Creamer, the No. 9 ranked golfer in the world, won her first LPGA tournament since 2010 when she was crowned champion of the HSBC Women’s Champions tournament last month.
Ryann O’Toole, of Golf Channel’s “The Big Break” reality series, recently tied for 53rd in the LPGA LOTTE Championship.
Speaking of the LPGA LOTTE Championship, Michelle Wie ended her winless streak by winning the tournament over the weekend.
Sara Brown, who is a former contestant on “The Big Break,” is currently playing on the Symetra Tour, a qualifying tour for the LPGA.
Melissa Reid has dropped drastically in her world ranking after a promising start to her career. In fact, she continues to struggle to make cuts in tournaments.
Sandra Gal finished in the top 10 four times in 2013 but has yet to build off her one career win in 2011. Regardless, she’s still ranked 41st in the world on the LPGA Tour.
The 21-year-old, who joined the LPGA in 2011, is quickly becoming one of the most talented golfers on tour. Jessica Korda has two career wins and a seventh place finish at the U.S. Women’s Open last year to her name.
One would imagine that the niece of Tiger Woods would be a pretty good golfer in her own right, which is a very accurate statement. Cheyenne Woods joined the Symetra Tour this year after spending last season on the Ladies European Tour. She recorded a win at the Volvik RACV Ladies Masters earlier this year.
Beatriz Recari is currently ranked 27th in the world thanks to three top-five finishes in LPGA Major Championships last season. She also has three wins on the LPGA Tour, although she would probably like to improve her recent performances.
Maria Verchenova became the first Russian to become a full-time member of the Ladies European Tour. She’s now an ambassador for the sport in her home country in order to raise awareness nationally.
Natalie Gulbis has been a member of the LPGA Tour since 2002. She has four top-10 finishes in majors, but none of which have occurred since 2006. She recently tied for 67th at the Kia Classic.
The beautiful Danielle Montgomery of England missed the cut at the Australian Open in February. However, she does have one top-10 finish on the Ladies European Tour.
Anna Rawson has been famous for her looks for quite some time and got her break as a professional model. The former professional golfer still hits the golf course, but she’s mostly known for her help in bringing the Back 9 Network to the public eye. She’s also an on-air personality on the planned cable television network.
Blair O’Neal is hands down one of the most gorgeous female golfers of all time. The former Legends Football League quarterback balances her time between the Symetra Tour and modeling. She’s also a two-time contestant on “The Big Break” television show.
Sophie Horn has played golf her entire life. When she’s not participating in celebrity pro-ams and charity golf tournaments, she’s busy writing for golf publications and modeling golf attire.
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