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Girls That Golf – August 7, 2019

Here are yesterday’s best photos from golf’s top players and social media stars.

Lydia Ko

Lydia Ko is a golf sensation born in Korea, but grew up in New Zealand. She became the number one ranked woman professional golfer in the world at 17 years, 9 months old, making her the youngest player of either gender to hold that rank. Follow her on her path of many victories @lydsko.


Katie Kearney

Katie Kearney became an Instagram phenomenon after she won Miss Missouri and wowed crowds on national stages when she competed in the Miss USA pageant. She later began to post videos and pictures of her swing and has garnered a following as a result. Go see what everyone is talking about by checking out her Instagram feed, @katiekearney .


Belen Mozo

Belen Mozo is a former player on the University of Southern California women’s golf team and has found her way onto the LPGA Tour. This Spanish beauty now lives in Colombia and is still searching for her first professional win at age 28. She loves the game of golf as well as fitness and wellness of body and mind. You can follow her on Instagram @belenmozo.


Cristie Kerr

Cristie Kerr is one of the more successful players on the LPGA Tour. She has 18 wins, including two majors, not to mention she’s made over $15 million in career earnings. Interestingly enough, she is naturally left-handed, but plays right-handed when she is out on the course. Follow her on Instagram here @cristiekerr.


Holly Sonders

Holly Sonders is a reporter and host for FOX Sports. While she covers all sports for the FOX Network, her favorite is golf by a long shot. An alumna of the Michigan State University and a member of the women’s golf team, Sonders came to Fox from a stint on Golf Channel. She also dabbles in modeling and very much enjoys playing the game as well. She is a frequent poster on Instagram at @holly.sonders.


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