20 Most Beautiful LPGA Players & Influencers With Photos!

If there’s anything better than golf with your buddies, it’s golf with sexy lady golfers. For some, the beer cart girl just doesn’t cut it, and we want to be around women who look great and love the game.

With Instagram providing a platform for the generic female golfer model, we want to focus on the hottest women golfers who actually golf.

To make this list, these hot golfers have to prove their stuff on the golf course and in front of a camera. We selected some current as well as past women golfers to round out this list and determine who is the sexiest golfer and the overall most beautiful LPGA player.

10 Most Beautiful LPGA Golfers

Since looks are very subjective, I’ve listed these hot female golfers in order of their golfing accolades. I believe that skill, talent, and hard work are the sexist qualities in these beautiful golf women.

#10 Beatriz Recari

  • Majors: 0
  • Wins: 3
  • Top 10s: 26
  • Money Earned: $3,199,267
  • Instagram: @beatrizrecari

She began her career as an amateur at 11 years old, and her talent quickly made her stand out. Recari turned professional in 2005 and has since achieved numerous career highlights.

One of her most notable achievements was winning the 2010 Finnair Masters, her first professional title. She has also had five top-10 finishes in major championships, including a runner-up finish at the 2012 Wegmans LPGA Championship. Additionally, she has represented Europe in both the Solheim Cup and the International Crown, solidifying her as a top player in the world of golf.

However, Recari’s success on the course is not the only reason she is known as one of golf’s most beautiful women. Her elegance and poise on the course make her a joy to watch, and her passion for fitness and healthy living is an inspiration to many. Recari showcases a perfect balance of athleticism, grace, and beauty in her new high-end real estate agent career. 

#9 Lily Muni He


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  • Majors: 0
  • Wins: 0
  • Top 10s: 0
  • Money Earned: $165,409
  • Instagram: @lilymhe

Lily is still young and a relative newcomer to the LPGA, so it’s not surprising to see some growing pains while she adjusts. Her resume before the LPGA is promising as she picked up a win on the Symetra Tour and also won the grueling 8-round LPGA qualifying tournament.

Lily was born in China but moved to sunny San Diego when she was young. Her father introduced her to the game when she was 5, and by the time she reached high school, she was competing in U.S. Kids’ Golf and American Junior Golf Association events.

She is still an active member of the LPGA and has the support of her famous boyfriend, F1 driver Alex Albon. This is a power couple in the making.

#8 Belen Mozo


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  • Majors: 0
  • Wins: 0
  • Top 10s: 5
  • Money Earned: $902,6020
  • Instagram: @belenmozo

If you ask me, Belen Mozo is one of the most talented and gorgeous women on the golf course. She hails from sunny Spain and has been making waves in the golf scene with her killer swing and charming smile. Belen has had quite an impressive career so far, with multiple wins on the Symetra Tour and 5 top-10 finishes at the LPGA Tour. She’s also represented her home country in the Olympics. But it’s not just her skills on the course that make her stand out; it’s her natural beauty and charisma that have captivated fans.

#7 Michelle Wie West


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  • Majors: 1
  • Wins: 5
  • Top 10s: 59
  • Money Earned: $6,825,282
  • Instagram: @michellewiewest

We’ve been tracking Michelle Wie West’s career since she was just Michelle Wie. She was a bright-eyed kid who was shaking up the golf world with her talent at such a young age. She is still the youngest player to qualify for a USGA-sanctioned event and an LPGA Tour event.

Michelle turned pro just shy of her 16th birthday amidst a lot of talk about whether or not she was ready. She fueled the gossip mill further by competing in men’s PGA Tour events—none of which did she make the cut.

Her career has been consistent since then, racking up 59 top 10s. Her hard work culminated on June 22, 2014, when she won her first and only major, the U.S. Women’s Open.

#6 Natalie Gulbis


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  • Majors: 0
  • Wins: 1
  • Top 10s: 37
  • Money Earned: $4,898,508
  • Instagram: @nataliegulbis

Another past player on the LPGA tour that deserves a spot on this list of sexy women golfers is also one of the original pin-up girls of golf. Natalie stormed onto the scene with her sultry looks and uniquely powerful swing.

Often compared to Anna Kournikova, Natalie never realized the spoils of her true potential. It’s suspected that the added pressure of life in the spotlight took its toll on this young golfer, and she could never quite wade through all the noise.

Despite not living up to expectations, she still had a very lucrative career. In only her fourth season on tour, she topped $1 million in earnings without a win! Her first and only LPGA Tour win came at the 2007 Evian Masters, where she defeated Jeong Jang on the first sudden-death playoff hole.

#5 Morgan Pressel


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  • Majors: 1
  • Wins: 2
  • Top 10s: 66
  • Money Earned: $8,096,370
  • Instagram: @mpressel

This young phenom has been on our golf radar since 2001, when she qualified for the U.S. Women’s Open at the tender age of 12! She promptly turned pro at 17 by special exemption— the LPGA requires players to be at least 18.

At the age of 18, she became the youngest winner of an LPGA event by capturing the 2007 Kraft Nabisco Championship—now known as the Chevron Championship, which is one of the five majors on the LPGA. Lydia Ko has since beaten this record in 2015.

Morgan went on to produce more than 60 top 10s and another victory at the Kapalua LPGA Classic in 2008. Currently, she serves as a commentator for The Golf Channel and is an on-course advisor for the LPGA, PGA, and USGA events.

#4 Jessica Korda


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  • Majors: 0
  • Wins: 6
  • Top 10s: 50
  • Money Earned: $7,543,454
  • Instagram: @thejessicakorda

Jessica is the elder sibling to Nelly and was the first of the family to break on to the LPGA Tour. She did so in style by finishing second in the Q-school while she was only 17 years old. Her first win came in 2012 at the Women’s Australian Open, where she defeated five other players in a playoff on Sunday afternoon.

Jessica had a lot of success as an amateur, and while that has translated into six wins over the last ten years, she doesn’t have the earnings you might think. Inconsistent play is to blame, as she has missed plenty of cuts in her day.

Her most recent win came in 2021 at the Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions, where she carded a -24 and beat rising star Danielle Kang in a playoff. Jessica is still an active member on tour and is looking to increase the number of trophies on her mantle.

#3 Lexi Thompson


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  • Majors: 1
  • Wins: 11
  • Top 10s: 85
  • Money Earned: $13,580,468
  • Instagram: @lexi

Lexi has been winning golf tournaments since she was 8, starting with the U.S. Kids Golf World Championship, which she won in 2003 and 2004. She is also a prodigy, having turned pro at the age of 15.

Her first LPGA Tour win came at the Navistar LPGA Classic when she was only 16. Her first major came at the age of 19 at the Kraft Nabisco Championship, which is now known as the Chevron Championship.

From 2013 to 2019, Lexi has at least one win each season. Although it has been a few years since we’ve seen her in the winner’s circle, she is always a threat and continues to rack up top 10s. In 2022 alone, she has three runner-up finishes which means she is due for a win any day now.

#2 Paula Creamer


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  • Majors: 1
  • Wins: 10
  • Top 10s: 104
  • Money Earned: $12,152,519
  • Instagram: @paulacreamer1

Paula has been an active member of the LPGA Tour for almost 20 years, and she’s been one of the hottest female golfers the whole time. With a smile like that combined with her skills, it’s no wonder she is number 2 on our list of talented and hot women golfers.

Turning pro in 2005, she won in her first season as a member of the LPGA. She won by one stroke over Jeong Jang and Gloria Park in the Sybase Classic. This got her tons of attention, and she parlayed the momentum into many more successful seasons.

Her best came in 2008 when she won four times and made over $1.8 million. She has one major to her name—the 2010 U.S. Women’s Open. She won by four strokes on a challenging Oakmont Country Club track.

In recent years, she has struggled to recapture her early successes but can still be seen teeing it up on tour.

#1 Nelly Korda


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  • Majors: 1
  • Wins: 8
  • Top 10s: 46
  • Money Earned: $7,539,477
  • Instagram: @nellykorda

It’s safe to say that Nelly’s career is just getting started. Many recognize her as the best-looking female golfer, but few realize that she has the potential to be the best female golfer, period.

She and her sister Jessica are daughters of professional tennis players Petr Korda and Regina Rajchrtová. Nelly and Jessica’s brother Sebastian also plays professional tennis and recorded his first win at the 2021 Emilia-Romagna Open. Talk about an athletic family.

Nelly’s first win was at the 2018 Swinging Skirts LPGA Taiwan Championship, and she hasn’t looked back since. She has won at least once in all her LPGA Tour seasons and captured a major title at the Women’s PGA Championship in 2021.

While she only has one major right now, she continues to knock on the door and pressure anyone who’s leading.

Most Beautiful Pro Golfers

Some of the most beautiful female golfers are more famous on social media than they are for their golf prowess. Although they have aspirations to make it to the big show (or had brief stints), their looks are already world-class, and we hope to see more of them on TV and not just on our phones. 

Paige Spiranac


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Paige Spiranac’s journey from a promising junior golfer to a Division 1 college standout and eventually a professional golfer showcases her passion and talent for the sport. Her collegiate career was marked by significant achievements, including All-Mountain West Conference honors during the 2012–13 and 2013–14 seasons and leading San Diego State University to their first Mountain West Conference Championship in 2015.

As a professional, she claimed victory on the Cactus Tour, showcasing her competitive spirit and dedication to golf. Despite not securing a card in her LPGA Qualifying Tournament attempt, Spiranac’s performance in various tournaments, including a memorable win over the top-ranked amateur at the time, highlights her golfing prowess.

Today, Paige Spiranac is recognized for her golfing skills and as a prominent social media personality and advocate for positive change within the golf community. With millions of followers on Instagram and a successful YouTube channel, she uses her platform to share golf tips, address cyberbullying, and promote self-love.

Blair O’Neal


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Blair caught her big break by winning Big Break: Dominican Republic, which was a golf reality show on the Golf Channel. It was there and in golf magazines that we were first introduced to her skillset and incredible looks.

Nowadays, she focuses on modeling and working more on TV by commentating on golf events. Blair gets a spot on this list as one of the first golfers turned model, which opened the door for thousands of others, such as Paige Spiranac and Lucy Robson—who have played even less professional golf than Blair.

Sharmila Nicollet

Although Sharmila has not played on the LPGA, her success on the Women’s Golf Association of India and the Ladies European Tour are plentiful. She started at a young age by representing India at the Asian Games in Doha in 2006 and continued to attract attention when she played with long-driving Laura Davies in a special MGF Challenge Match at the age of 16.

She turned professional at 18 years old and continued to improve on the Ladies European Tour. However, her other interests have been pulling her away from the game, so we haven’t seen much improvement from there.

Currently, she is dating Olympian Kenny Bednarek, and she is focusing on her modeling and branding. We’d love to see more of her stateside, but she has other life plans.

Veronica Felibert


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Veronica is from Venezuela and has been playing golf since she was just four years old. She turned pro in 2007 and has since then racked up some impressive achievements. In 2008, she won the Ladies European Tour Qualifying School and her first tournament on the tour, the Tenerife Ladies Open.

But that’s not all; in 2013, she qualified for the U.S. Women’s Open and made the cut, finishing tied for 55th place. And let’s not forget her two top-10 finishes at the Women’s British Open in 2012 and 2014.

Apart from her golf skills, Veronica is also known for her stunning looks. With her long dark hair and radiant smile, she definitely catches everyone’s eye on the course.

Courtney Harter


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Courtney may be a relative newcomer to the professional golf scene, but she is already making a big name for herself. Since turning pro in 2018, she has amassed an impressive record of accolades, including a runner-up finish on the SunCoast Series (2011) and a 15th-place finish at the 2011 CN Canadian Women’s PGA Championship. This has solidified her spot as one of golf’s rising stars. 

Her consistency and determination on the course have also earned her numerous top-10 finishes on the Symetra Tour, showcasing her skill and potential for future success. But she is more than just her golf career. Known for her effortless beauty and grace, she has also become one of the most beloved and admired athletes in the golfing world. Her charming and friendly personality, combined with her natural talent, make her a fan favorite and a role model.

Kathleen Ekey


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With a career spanning over a decade, Kathleen’s golf achievements have been nothing short of impressive. She started her professional career in 2009 and has since gone on to win numerous titles and accolades. Her most notable victory came in 2012 when she won the Symetra Tour Championship and secured her LPGA Tour card.

Ekey’s golf career is filled with highlights that showcase her exceptional skills and love for the game. She has represented the United States in various international tournaments, including the 2011 World University Games, where she won an individual bronze medal. 

Carly Booth


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Carly has been making waves in the golfing world since her debut on the Ladies European Tour in 2009. With a career spanning over a decade, Booth has won three professional titles and represented Europe in the Solheim Cup in 2014.

One of her most notable achievements came in 2012 when she won the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open at the age of 19, becoming the youngest winner on the Ladies European Tour. She followed this up with a win at the Deutsche Bank Ladies Swiss Open in 2015.

Despite facing injuries and setbacks throughout her career, Booth has remained resilient and determined, proving herself as a strong and skilled golfer. Her talent, athleticism, and beauty make her a true all-around star in the golfing world. 

Sandra Gal


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Born in Germany, Gal began playing golf at age five and quickly developed a love and talent for the sport. She went on to attend the University of Florida, where she was a standout player on the women’s golf team and earned numerous accolades.

After turning pro in 2007, Gal has had an impressive career on the LPGA Tour. She has recorded three professional wins, including the 2011 Kia Classic, and has had multiple top-ten finishes in major championships. Her consistent play and strong dedication to the sport have earned her a spot on the European Solheim Cup team multiple times.

Aside from her golfing achievements, Gal is also widely known for her stunning beauty. She has been featured in numerous magazines and chosen as one of the “Most Beautiful Women in Golf” by Golf.com.

Maria Verchenova


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Her career is studded with numerous achievements, making Maria a prominent figure in the sport. Maria started playing golf at 12, and since then, she has had a meteoric rise in her career. 

One of her major career highlights is becoming the first Russian golfer to obtain full-time membership on the Ladies European Tour. She has also represented her country in multiple international tournaments, including the Rio Olympics, where she finished in the top 20 and shot a 60 in the final round! 

She has also been featured in numerous golf magazines and has become a favorite among fans and media alike. Maria’s dedication to her craft and stunning looks have made her a role model for aspiring golfers, making her one of the most admired and beautiful women in golf.

Anna Rawson 


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Born and raised in Adelaide, Australia, Rawson began playing golf at the age of 13. She quickly rose to prominence as a junior golfer, winning multiple amateur tournaments and representing her country in international competitions.

After turning professional in 2004, Rawson began her journey on the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) tour. She recorded her first top-10 finish in 2008 and went on to secure her first professional victory on the Ladies European Tour in 2009.

In addition to her golf achievements, Rawson has been featured in numerous magazines and media outlets for her striking appearance. She has posed for prestigious publications such as Sports Illustrated and has been named one of the most beautiful athletes in the world.


Who Is The Prettiest LPGA Golfer?

The prettiest LPGA golfer is Nelly Korda. Her long and lean athletic frame is hard to miss if you ever get the chance to see her in person. Her looks are only overshadowed by her incredible skill and work ethic toward advancing her career. She is a student of the game and one sexy golfer.

Who Is The Most Attractive Golfer?

The most attractive golfer is Natalie Gulbis. Her bright smile and shimmering eyes grab your attention from the next town. Her eyes are so noticeable that they will grab your attention from the next town. She is also one of the most well-liked characters on tour, with her infectious personality and sharp wit.

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Clint is PGA-certified and was a Head Teaching Professional at one of Toronto's busiest golf academies. He was also featured on Canada's National Golf TV program, "Score Golf Canada," twice. He graduated with a degree in Golf Management from the College of the Desert in California and studied under Callaway's co-founder, Tony Manzoni.

He has a handicap index of 6.2 and spends the winters near Oaxaca, Mexico, where he plays twice a month at the Club de Golf Vista Hermosa. He's written over 100 articles at GolfSpan since 2021. You can connect with Clint at LinkedIn, FB, his website, or Clintcpga@gmail.com.

  • Best score: 68
  • Favorite club: Odyssey White Hot Two-Ball Center-Shafted Putter
  • Favorite ball: Titleist Pro V1x
  • Favorite food at the turn: Hot dog

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