Golf.com is being accused of whiffing on its list of 2017’s Most Beautiful Women in Golf. It’s not that the women aren’t all beautiful, it’s just they’re not all pro golfers.
Several tour pros did make the website’s list, including 2017’s LPGA Tour Rookie Nelly Korda and her sister Jessica, Belen Mozo, Danielle Kang, and Cheyenne Woods (a niece of Tiger Woods).
But after that, some of the winners’ relationships to the sport are not quite as strong. Like former Miss America Kira Kazantzakis, obviously pretty, but not a pro golfer. Or even a ranked amateur.
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And Melissa Jones, the gorgeous former Miss Idaho wife of pro golfer Matt Jones.
And on-air reporter Holly Sanders, who covers golf, but isn’t a pro.
They all made the list over pros like Lydia Ko and Brooke Henderson and countless other women who raked in millions on tour, yet didn’t make the roundup.
Craig Lawrence, president of ONE.1 Modeling Management, says the list should have had a different name if some of the women are not actually golfers.
“They all should have been professional golfers,” Lawrence told FOX411. “It seems as if they are just looking for beautiful women.”
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Are you die heart fan of sports, golf and even more you love going watching the news? Curious to know the hurdle and the adventuring golf course story of this opening session? Wish to come up with some exciting story just before the game session was about to start?
Today we are covering a thrilling moment that was filmed by chance that will surprise you more than your favorite player signature shot. At this time once again the hospitality and golf course for the opening session was supposed to be led by Jerry Sager, who is senior managing director of First National of America. More about Jerry he has been accounted as famous figure and has more than 25 years of rich history of lending to owners and management companies, his team has provided financing for the acquisition, construction, expansion and refinancing of specialized assets throughout the United States.
But, somehow Jerry P Sager has been caught on camera describing the scenes and weather of the golf course. According to Jerry, once again the day October 5 was recalled when the Tour Championship Tournament in Jacksonville was canceled due to hurricane Mathew and the same goes after three months in the Bahamas, Pebble Beach by the season openers. As the same gust of wind and storm hit the Monterrey Peninsula and pummeled by it, this is called as the atmospheric river, which was responsible for the massive flood in Northern California.
Still, some of the players proved their valiant spirit towards golf and appeared to mark their element, what is commonly called as Crosby weather, also pointed by Jerry during questioning. He also helps to come up with the fact that weather like this was mostly preferred for playing golf under old Being Crosby National Pro-Am (now known as the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am). It proved too great curiosity among the spectator who gathers to watch their role icons struggling for the nineteen whole which was greatly affected by the wind.
After this it was like we have missed the best part of this Sunday, but at end Jerry also concluded that it was weather which won the race and situation, as the game was the force to stop. But also made the smile on golf fans face by announcing that there is more session that is to be held schedule for which he has been called for the lending golf course. He also announces that would be the presence of few more session opener and golf legend to prove their metal once again.
Woods opened a new golf course recently and celebrated by playing catch with The Rocke
A week after his return to competitive golf, Tiger Woods unveiled a new short course design in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, at Diamante Golf Resort.
He was on hand for the grand opening this weekend and showed off his new design, which can be played two ways — first as a 12-hole par 3 course and alternatively as a three-hole course featuring par 3, par 4 and par 5.
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