Girls That Golf – November 3, 2019 – Page 7

Sarah Moody

Sarah Moody is a self-diagnosed golf and ski bum. She shamelessly admits in her Instagram bio that golf has taken over her life as well as her profile. Go see her detail her many golf outings at @smooderoo. Did we mention she’s also a doctor? Can’t really lose here.

Carolin Pinegger

Carolin Pinegger is a self-proclaimed “fashionista” and current player on the Symetra Tour. She played her college golf in the sunny state of Florida at the University of Central Florida and still loves her Black Knights to this day. She runs a lifestyle blog and also updates her fans on Instagram very often @carolinpinegger.

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.

Marena Haley

Marena Haley is a Florida Atlantic University student with a passion for the game of golf. She is currently pursuing a career in photography so her shots of her golf game are top notch. She is based out of South Florida and even has a very legitimate website set up for her business. The link to her website can be found on her Instagram, which also features her honed golf swing @marenaanne.

Ashley Zwerner

Ashley Zwerner is a Las Vegas-based marketer who splits her time between showing off the best Vegas has to offer with her time on the course as a caddie. Ashley is on the links a few times per week and you also get to see a glimpse behind the scenes of what it’s like to live and work around one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Give her a follow on Instagram,  @ashley_marie_golf.

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