Lady Golfer Of The Month

This page is about all the beautiful women of the golfing world and dedicated to all those that love them. Each month a new "SC Golf's Lady Golfer of the Week" will be posted with a short write up. Who is your favorite female golfer; past or present, pro or am. Please contact me with suggestions!

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Who will be the next Lady Golfer of the Month? She might be in attendance at the 20th Annual Hootie & The Blowfish Monday After The Masters Pro-Am (hint, hint)... or maybe not. Check daily to find out!!

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How do you define a triple threat? Some may say beauty, brains, and brawn while others would say fame, fit, and fun. Regardless of the combination of words you use to define the triple threat odds are, if you are talking about a female actress/golfer/fitness guru, you are talking about Nikki DiSanto.

Nikkie studied at CSULA and became a professional golfer in 2003. Today, she is an actress, a golfer, and an innovative fitness guru! She has been featured on shows such as the Big Break, Golf in the Great Northwest, and has been on shows like C.S.I. and E TV.

She is quite the competitor and it is obvious that she loves what she does. The passion she expresses for the love of her sport makes me want to practice harder and longer. She is fun to watch and a fierce competitor!


The NAKED Truth About Belen Mozo

Age: 23; Body Stats: 5'7", 125Lbs; Birthplace: Cadiz, Spain

Career Highlights:
Four-time NCAA All-American; 2006 Ladies British & Girls' British Amateur champion. she was the first player since 1972 to win both in the same year.

Did You Know?
During her freshman year at USC, she showed up for a video interview with the Daily Trojan wearing yellow pants and a blue shirt -- the official colors of UCLA. OUCH!

Some women are sexy. Some are educated. Some are good golfers. Belen is sexy, educated, and one hell of a golfer! For that Belen, we salute you!See More


Look out ladies, because it is only a matter of time before Carling Coffing receives her LPGA card and takes the tour by storm. Carling is an up and coming Duramed Futures Tour Golfer and the winner of the Golf Channel's Big Break at Sandals Resort. Carling was born in Cincinnati, raised on a farm in Middletown, and attended college at Ohio State University.

Carling Coffing is the ultimate triple threat of sports personalities; she is beautiful, talented, and has outstanding communication skills. Carling works out five days a week and is committed to living a healthy lifestyle as a professional golfer and a healthy diabetic. In between tournaments and events she does a combination of p90x/insanity and focuses more on stretching and yoga during tournament days.


Winner of The Golf Channel's BIG BREAK Sandals Resorts - June to August 2010

Made 13 of 17 cuts on the Duramed Futures Tour (2009)

Individual runner-up at the 2006 Big Ten Conference Championship

Two-time Big Ten All-Conference Second Team selection (2006, 2008).

Named the 2005 Freshman Player of the Year while at The Ohio State University.

Winner of the Ohio State High School Championship (2002)


When she was 6, Valeria knew she wanted to play golf for a living. She was an accomplished junior golfer, crowned South American Champion twice, and won several national titles in her home country. Valeria became pregnant at 18 and feared her dream would never become a reality. After a move to the U.S., and nine years without picking up a club, this mother of three got back in the game by chance.

She began by working at a golf resort to get out of the house and earn a little extra money. However she quickly grew tired of watching customers look down on her as if she knew nothing about the golf. This motivated her pick up the clubs and play again. She worked her way onto the course, first as an instructor and then as the founder and director of a successful junior golf academy.

Valeria has made appearances on The Golf Channel's "The Big Break III", "Golf Academy Live", co-hosted "Top Shelf", and hosted "All-Access" a behind the scenes look of "Big Break IV" in Scotland. She has also starred in the series "Golf with Style" which was a travel and leisure reality show in Hawaii, Canoan, and West Virgina.


In 2009, Blackwelder turned professional in May and finished 38th at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament to earn Priority List Category 20 for the 2010 LPGA season. In 2008, she qualified for the Jamie Farr Owens Corning Classic Presented by Kroger.

Blackwelder enjoyed a successful amateur campaign, winning the 2007 Women's Western Amateur Championship, and finishing runner-up at the Trans-National Amateur Championship that same year. She's a two-time collegiate champion, winning once with the University of Kentucky (2005) and once with the University of Florida (2009), turning in eight overall top-10 finishes. Blackwelder was the 2004 American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) champion, and competed on the CN Canadian Women's Tour in 2009.


As promised, SC Golf is featuring the second SC Golf's Lady of the Week. I chose Brittany Lincicome because she is an amazing golfer, absolutely beautiful woman, she is not afraid to enjoy life, and she knows how to celebrate!

Lincicome was born in St. Petersburg, Florida. She participated in more than 100 amateur events. Her wins included the American Junior Golf Association Chateu Elan in 2001 and 2003 and the Avilla Junior Classic in 2003. In 2004, she won the Harder Hall Invitational. Lincicome competed in both the 2004 U.S. Women's Open and the 2004 State Farm Classic on the LPGA Tour as an amateur, even leading the former after the first round.

Lincicome turned professional in December 2004 after finishing in 20th place in the LPGA qualifying school tournament. She had graduated from high school the previous spring (she was home-schooled). Her first victory was in the 2006 HSBC Women's World Match Play Championship, where she defeated Michelle Wie in the quarterfinals, Lorena Ochoa in the semifinals, and Juli Inkster in the final match. She captured her second win in April 2007 at the Ginn Open, again holding off Ochoa to capture the victory on the 72nd hole.

In 2007, Lincicome became a member of the U.S. Solheim Cup team for the first time. In singles play, she lost to Laura Davies. Years earlier, as a 12 year-old, Lincicome had carried the scoring sign for Davies at the JCPenney Classic LPGA event, leading Davies to good naturally refer to Lincicome as "Sign Girl".

In 2009, Lincicome won the Kraft Nabisco Championship, an LPGA major, after making an eagle on the final hole to leap frog Kristy McPherson, who held a one shot lead going into the final hole.


Suzann started playing golf as a six year old and since then golf has dominated her life. She played her first tournament at the age of ten and she finished a good amateur career with victory in the World Championships in Berlin. She played on the European Tour for two years and in 2003 She started playing on the LPGA. Her goal is to keep delivering top performances, to get the best out of every day. Visit the link above to visit Suzann's website.


Stacy Lewis

We typically devote a couple of paragraphs to our featured Lady Golfer of the Week. However, after learning about Stacy Lewis and everything that she has overcome in order to play golf we decided to devote a little more time and energy into sharing this amazing story with you! Ask any golf writer in the country about the best story in women's golf, and chances are they will say: Stacy Lewis.

It isn't just because she has been the best amateur player in the country over the past 2 years, or because she was the 2007 NCAA champion, or even because she has won 12 tournaments at the collegiate level while putting the University of Arkansas' women's golf program on the map.

It isn't because in her last event as an amateur, at the prestigious Curtis Cup held at the Old Course at St. Andrews, Stacy became the first person in the 76 year history of the Curtis Cup to post a 5 - 0 record while leading her US team to an historic victory. And it isn't because in her first tournament as a professional at the US Open 2008, the most prestigious of majors, she lead the star-studded field after the 3rd round and played in the final group with Paula Creamer, where she managed to finish third.

Stacy Lewis is the best story in women's golf because of the things that she's had to overcome in order to just play golf again. 7 1/2 years in a back brace and back surgery, after which she wasn't sure she would even be able to walk, let alone swing a golf club again.

We can't help but like Stacy because she's earned everything she's ever won, and then some. She embodies those values that we most cherish: fiercely competitive yet considerate, tremendously talented yet seeks betterment through hard work, intelligent without being condescending, confident without being self absorbed and incredibly irrepressible no matter what obstacles are before her. In many respects, Stacy Lewis is who we would like to be as an American people.


Paula Creamer (born August 5, 1986), nicknamed the "Pink Panther", is an American professional golfer who plays on the U.S.-based Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Tour. In her four seasons as a professional, she has won 10 tournaments, including eight LPGA Tour events. Creamer has been as high as No. 2 in the Women's World Golf Rankings, and as of June 2009 is the No. 3 female golfer in the world.


Blair began her journey to success on the golf course at the age of 13 and instantly realized that golf was more than just a sport. It was a way of life... She went on to play at Arizona State University. Today, Blair is has successful combined her two passions, modeling and golf, and has been featured by Sports Illustrated as one of the "Worlds Hottest Athletes"!


Lorena Ochoa was born in Guadalajara, Mexico in 1981 and grew up near the Guadalajara Country Club. Ochoa played at the University of Arizona, has 27 tour victories, and $14.8 million in earnings. Ochoa ranked No.1, the last three years, has been player of the year four times and was presented with Mexico’s National Sports Award by Mexican President Vicente Fox in 2001.


Aubrey McCormick was born in Orlando, Florida and is a graduate of Missouri State University. In 2000, an 18 year old Aubrey started playing the game of golf and within a year earned a full golf scholarship to college. Aubrey turned professional in 2007 and is competing on various mini tours such as the Suncoast Tour and has status on the Duramed Futures Tour. Today, Aubrey is working toward making the LPGA, being a positive role model, and building a business to help others and the environment. Aubrey believes in a “green” lifestyle, on and off the golf course.


Natalie Gulbis was born in Sacramento, California and is a graduate of the University of Arizona. In 1996, a 13 year old, Natalie finished in second place in the California State Women's Amateur tournament. Today Natalie is a world renown LPGA golfer. Natalie was awarded the 1998 U.S. Women's Amateur medal. For obvious reasons, she also models.


Hee Kyung Seo joined the KLPGA in 2006 and has continued to compete in KLPGA events to the present. She has competed in several LPGA event to date and her best finish, T-15th, was at the 2009 Kolon-Hana Bank Championship, SBS Open. She is known as the Supermodel of the Fairways.


Miss Michelle Wie

Michelle Wie started golfing at a little over four years old in her home state of Hawaii. Her father, B.J. Wie, started teaching her. By the time she was 11, Michelle was regularly winning most of the amateur tournaments she played in and was even playing better than most men. Michelle became the youngest person, and just the fourth female, to play in a PGA tour event, when she teed off at the Sony Open on January 15, 2004.


Cristie was born in Miami, FL and began her professional career in 1997 (straight out of High School). She has 12 career wins to date, including the 2007 US Women’s Open Championship. She also had 8 Amateur and Junior Golf Accomplishments.


Erica picked up her first golf club at the age of five, and has been hitting the links ever since. She quickly made a name for herself in the golfing world and became a professional in June of 2004. She is a resident of Corona, California and a graduate of the University of Arizona.


Anna Raswon is the first SC Golf's Lady Golfer of the Week. She is a graduate of USC (California), a model, and obviously a golfer. In 2008, she became a member of the LPGA and has continued to dedicate her time to the improvement of her game.

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