If you aren't watching golf, especially the LPGA, you are missing out on some serious eye candy. The list of attractive ladies teeing it up on the tour is long. The best part about it is, not only are these pros pretty, but they could probably beat most of us on the links. They are all talented on the course, with a laundry list of accomplishments between them. If you are able to, head out to a tournament near you to check these ladies out in person. Otherwise, in no particular order, enjoy the 15 golfers (plus a couple Golf Channel personalities) that make up this most attractive list.
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She may not be on the LPGA Tour yet, but Blair is a rising star in the golf ranks. The winner of Big Break Dominican Republic was also a 2-time NCAA long drive champion, and is working her way towards the big tour with a slate of Duramed Futures Tour events in 2011.
Don't let the costume fool you, this LPGA tour rookie can play. Sara passed the final stage of Q-School in 2010, and while she hasn't made a cut in her 6 events this year, she did participate in 2 seasons of the Big Break, and was Michigan State Female Athlete of the Year twice.
The first Russian to be a full-time member of the Ladies European Tour, Maria made the LET in 2006, and hasn't looked back. Still looking to breakthrough as a consistent pro, she has 3 career top-10s, and was an amateur champion in 4 different countries.
Now a break from the professionals, as we turn to a Golf Channel favorite. Win McMurry is the co-host of the Grey Goose 19th Hole, and is a frequent writer on the Golf channel's website with regards to golf fashion. The UNC grad has also hosted numerous golf-related shows for PGATOUR.com and WCBS in New York.
Win's Golf Channel co-worker, Lauren Thompson is the perfect choice for the golf travel show, GolfNow. Also the host of the popular countdown series Top 10, and Hulu's College Sports Minute, Thompson joined the network in 2009 after spending time working for TNA Wrestling.
This year's KIA Classic winner joined the LPGA in 2008. Sandra has 3 top 10s already this year, and is closing in on $1 million in career earnings.
Coming off a shoulder injury that cost her most of 2010, Nicole has had a slow start to 2011. The two-time Solheim Cup participant has 3 career top 10s in the LPGA Championship, and won the 2007 Ginn Tribute.
The surprise winner of the 2010 CVS Pharmacy LPGA Challenge, Beatriz won amateur titles in both Spain and France before joining the LET in 2006. Although off to a slow start this year, she has won on the Ladies European Tour, at the 2009 Finnair Masters.
It seems like she's been around forever, but Christie is only 33 years old. The 5-time Solheim Cup participant has won 14 times in her career, including the 2007 Women's U.S. Open and 2010 LPGA Championship, and reached #1 in the Rolex World Rankings in 2010.
The former Australian Amateur Champion has competed on the LPGA and LET tours since turning pro in 2004. She passed Q-School in 2007, and has one career top-10 on tour. Anna had her best play on the LET, losing in a playoff to Bettina Hauert at the 2007 Deutsche Bank Ladies Swiss Open.
The defending ShopRite LPGA Classic winner, Brittany's career is on the upswing again. With 4 career victories including the 2009 Kraft Nabisco Championship and back-to-back Solheim Cup appearances, the 7 year tour pro has shown the ability to be a top player.
Although she qualified for the 2001 U.S. Women's Open at age 12, Morgan didn't turn pro until 2005. Since then, she has won twice, including the 2007 Kraft Nabisco Championship, and has been a two-time Solheim Cup player. Morgan came out firing in 2011, finishing on the podium in the first 2 majors.
The ever-popular Michelle Wie has been playing in LPGA events since 2002 at the age of 12. She turned pro in 2009 after playing in several PGA tour events, and having good success as an amateur on the LPGA. Michelle has won twice on tour, including last year's CN Canadian Women's Open, and was part of the victorious 2009 Solheim Cup team.
The pink ponytail ever present, Paula Creamer has had consistent success since she turned pro in 2005. 9 wins, including the 2010 U.S. Women's Open, and 3 appearances at the Solheim Cup, have the 2006 LPGA Rookie of the Year as the best U.S. player currently on the tour.
Last, but not least, there's Natalie Gulbis. The 2007 Evian Masters winner has struggled the last couple of years, but Natalie has shown the ability to compete on the highest level ever since turning pro in 2002. She is a 3-time Solheim Cup participant, and won the 2007 Wendy's 3-Tour Challenge with Morgan Pressel and Christie Kerr.