LPGA’s throwback Thursday

1. Danielle Kang

Ms. hole-in-one?

Kang has yet to win an LPGA tournament but she does have a car collection after making some aces on tour, proving that she has what it takes to win! Danielle is one of the players with who the fans have a great time interacting, plus she loves social media.

KANGDanielle won the U.S. Women’s Amateur twice, in 2010 and 2011.

2. Anna Nordqvist

Anna’s Nordic personality doesn’t let you know if she’s joyful or frustrated. Once you figure out her competitive nature and personality following her game turns out to be fun.


Nordqvist made a historic hole-in-one at the Solheim Cup in 2013.

3. Natalie Gulbis

Natalie is great with people and one of the best Pro-Am partner someone could have according to her LPGA peers. She’s always smiling no matter what kind of day she has out on the golf course.


Gulbis played her first LPGA event as an amateur at the age of 14 in 1997.

4. Jessica Korda

Want to watch a player enjoy her round of golf? Just follow Korda!

Jessica is one of the goofiest players on the LPGA Tour and is not afraid to admit it. In fact she plays her best golf when she’s happy and laughing.


Jessica made the U.S. Solheim Cup team for the first time in 2013.

5. Cristie Kerr

Kerr has accepted to be on tour not to make friends but to win titles, something that hasn’t been well regarded by some of her peers. But not by the fans she has earned for her style of play and aggressiveness in every shot.


Cristie won her first Major title in 2007 after shooting 5-under par at the U.S. Women’s Open.

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