Every year a new list of the hottest women golfers is released. This year there are 21 golfers on our list. Some notable names include Lexi Thompson, Paige Spiranac, and Danielle Kang.
Paige Spiranac is a rising golf talent, media personality and online influencer who has been on a mission to show the world that golf can be fun. Her goal is not only growing this sport but also making it more appealing for women of all ages. Paige always looks forward to coming up with new ways of reaching audiences as well as spreading positive messages about both her personal life and how she plays in general.
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Muni He, now a professional golfer and youngest LPGA Tour winner in 2010 at 16 years old.
Muni’s father introduced her to golf when she was five-years-old and by age 10 had played competitively in the United States, he encouraged his daughter’s passion for golf as it is one of the few sports that are offered from an early age on up through high school graduation; so while living overseas they would return every summer or winter break season to play more regularly or compete against some of America’s best junior players during their time stateside.
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The 5’11” blonde haired, blue-eyed golfer credits her parents as the people who influenced her career. She started playing golf at age 8 and qualified for the tour on first attempt with a 6 LPGA Tour Victories! Her wins include 2012 Women’s Australian Open, 2014 Pure Silk Bahamas LPGA Classic 2014 Airbus Ladies Championship and the LPGA Malaysia 2018 Honda Thailand.
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At the age of 10, Lucy Robson moved to Florida with her family where she quickly became a junior golf player. She excelled in junior golf and has been a role model for young women with aspirations of becoming professional golfers. She may not be an elite golfer, but she’s one of the top influencers and can inspire new generations to reach their maximum potential!
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Nelly Korda sister of Jessica is a golfing sensation. She’s known for her long blonde hair and hazel brown eyes, but it’s not just her beauty that’s captivated the world- she also happens to be an amazing golfer with an impressive resume of accomplishments.
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Alexis Thompson is a professional golfer who has accomplished numerous milestones in her career. Earning the first-ever qualification for LPGA Tour at age 12, and becoming youngest ever to qualify for U.S Women’s Open as well as turning pro just shy of 16 years old are two major accomplishments she holds proudly on her résumé thus far.
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Every person dreams about winning championships but for Danielle it didn’t require much time or luck because every championship win so far came from within just 2 years after turning pro! With 5 career victories under her belt already what do you think we will see next?
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Patty Tavatanakit, a Thai professional golfer who began her LPGA Tour career in January 2020 and had achieved first place at the 2021 ANA Inspiration – one of women’s golfs major championships.
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“I always loved this game,” says 22-year old Munoz, who grew up in a family of non-golfers. When the public driving range opened near her hometown when she was 7 years of age, it quickly became apparent that golf wasn’t just recreational for her.
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In 2014 as a high school student Jillian played the Canadian Open in her first professional tournament. She qualified in 2018 for her first U.S. Open, making the cut less than a month after her college career ended at Shoal Creek in Alabama.
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Ana Belac’s journey to professional golf was long and hard, but now she is on the right track. As a young girl growing up in Slovenia, Ana had an innate love for athletics and a propensity for golf. With only nine modest holes nearby her home country of Slovenia (she could be over 45 minutes away!), Ana found ways to stay active like competitive alpine skiing – dreaming all along that one day she would become a pro athlete just like her heroes!
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Despite Natalie just winning a single event on the LPGA Tour, she has managed to become an international celebrity and ranks alongside other greats like Morgan Pressel and Paula Creamer. Born into a family that showed her love for sport at an early age (“from four onwards”), Natalie was able to win her first tournament when she was only seven years old! Sadly Natalie retired in 2020.
In 2007, 17-year old Ryu turned professional. Her first win as a pro came in February 2008 on the American Cactus Tour where she won by six strokes. In 2010, at age 20, Ryu joined the LPGA of Korea and immediately started winning her first event, the Sports Seoul Open . On 25 June 2017, Ryu won the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship and became the number one golfer in the Women’s World Golf Rankings.
A former college athlete and golf player, Holly got her start in broadcasting at the age of 21 on Golf Channel before joining Fox Sports five years later. Recently launching a website which features exclusive content that she admits would not be appropriate for social media platforms like Twitter or Instagram, this talented broadcaster will surely continue to keep busy!
Paula Creamer is not your average golfer. She’s a 10-time winner on the LPGA Tour. Known on the tour as the Pink Panther Paula took home one of her majors in 2010 with the U.S Women’s Open!
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Maria Vitalyevna Verchenova was the first Russian to become a full-time member of the Ladies European Tour and she has several top 10 finishes. She competed under her married name from 2012 to 2015 but reverted back in 2016 when she qualified for the Rio Olympics.
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Born and raised in Pamplona near northern Spain’s border with France, Recari began playing golf when she was only eleven years old. She enjoyed a successful amateur career – winning tournaments like the 2004 Spanish Amateur Championships, and capturing titles such as The 2005 French Amateur championships (French).
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India’s best female golfer, Sharmila used to be a tremendous swimmer. She was a state level swimmer (with over 72 medals in state and national meets) and an athlete. Speaking French, English and 5 Indian languages (Tamil, Telugu, Hindi, Kannada and Urdu), she also plays piano—and can effortlessly shop for clothes like it’s her job!
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Blair was born in Macomb, Illinois, Blair is a woman of many talents. In high school, Blair had already established herself as one of the best junior golfers in Arizona and was ready to take on a new challenge by entering college. Her ambition drives her as she pursues excellence on the golf course, or strutting down runways for fashion shows or catwalks at major events.
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The Woods family has been a part of golf for decades. Earl Dennison Woods, Tiger’s half-brother and father to Cheyenne, introduced her to the game at an early age. His words still ring in his granddaughter’s head as she strives toward what he believed was possible: one of the first consistent black female players on the LPGA tour.
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Belén Mozo is a professional Spanish golfer who plays on the LPGA Tour and European Ladies Golf. Despite being an amateur, she won the British Ladies Amateur Championship in 2006! Although her golfing career appears to be over due to a hip injury Belén is now seeking out other personal opportunities outside of the LPGA Tour and competitive golf.
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That concludes our list of the hottest women golfers past and present.