Natalie Gulbis

Natalie Gulbis was born on January 7, 1983. She is of Latvian descent, but she plays golf for America in LPGA Tournaments. Natalie is born in Sacramento, California. Very early, at the age 4, she started showing interest in golf. With the 7 years she won her first tournament. At the age 14, she played her first LPGA Tour, as an amateur. At Granite Bay High School, she was the best player in boys’ golf team. She graduated at age 16. Because of her success, she got a golf scholarship to the University of Arizona. After just one season at the college, she left, and started playing golf, professionally, at the age 18. Her first professional game was on 2007 Evian Masters in France. She defeated Jeong Jang. Prize money was $450.000. In her fourth professional season, she was sixth on the LPGA money list. In 2005 she had more than $1 million in earnings! From the 2005 LPGA Championship to the 2006 Kraft Nabisco Championship, she was always in top 10, in 4 championships.

Natalie is an only child. She is very beautiful, so it’s being considered as the sex symbol of the LPGA. In 2005 she released calendar, where she appeared wearing swimwear. It was banned by the United States Golf Association, saying that it was inappropriate! She has endorsement deals with: Michelob Ultra, Payment Data Systems, MasterCard, TaylorMade/Adidas, McGladrey LLP, Canon, SkyCaddie and EA Sports. In 2005 The Natalie Gulbis Show was broadcasted on The Golf Channel. In 2006 she wrote a column for the magazine FHM.

 

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