Natalie Gulbis is a professional golfer on the LPGA tour. She played in her first LPGA Tour event in 1997 as an amateur at the age of 14 (handicap of 2). Gulbis was the top player on the boys’ golf team at Granite Bay High School and graduated at age 16. She then accepted a golf scholarship to the University of Arizona, the 2000 national champions, where she was a teammate of fellow freshman, Lorena Ochoa.
After one season at Arizona, Gulbis left college to turn professional in July 2001 at age 18. At the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament in October 2001 at Daytona Beach, Florida, Gulbis finished tied for third to earn her card for the 2002 season.
Although Gulbis did not win a tournament until her sixth season on tour, she finished sixth on the LPGA money list in her fourth season with over $1 million in earnings in 2005. She placed in the top 10 in four consecutive major championships from the 2005 LPGA Championship to the 2006 Kraft Nabisco Championship.
If you have never seen Natalie before, you are going to want to scroll down below and see some of these pictures of her. You certainly won’t regret it!
PGA Golfer Sebastian Munoz hit a “hole in one” on Thursday afternoon on the 18th hole at the PGA Championship. However, it is not quite the “hole in one” you would imagine. Somehow Munoz was able to land his drive from the 18th tee box and land it in a trash can by spectators nearby. Check the video out below to see exactly what happened.