Girls That Golf – October 22, 2019 – Page 6

Amanda Balionis

Amanda Balionis works for Callaway Golf but also posts much of her content as a freelance sports reporter. As you might be able to tell, golf is her forte and she chooses to cover that almost exclusively, however, you might be able to spot her on NFL sidelines if you are in the California area. See more @balionis on Instagram.


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.


Rashi Kapoor

Rashi Kapoor is a model, fitness professional, finance officer and AFL Focus Group Member. She is quite successful in the beauty pageant arena as well, taking home Miss India Global and was a finalist for Miss World Australia. She is a weekend golfer who loves the atmosphere of the game. She graduated from Monoash Univseristy in Melbourne, Australia. Check out her life @iamrashikapoor .


Jennifer Neville

Jennifer Neville is a current pro on the LPGA Symetra Tour. These days she calls Tampa Bay, Florida home where she takes advantage of the golf-friendly weather any time she can to perfect her craft. There’s something incredibly intriguing about a girl that can swing a golf club better than you. Check out her stroke over at @jennifernneville.


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 .


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