Men primarily play the sport of golf. However, this sport currently has a growing number of female competitors. Many of them have achieved widespread notoriety thanks to the flawlessness of their abilities and the allure of their lovely faces and alluring bodies.
Women have been a part of the male-dominated world of professional golf for some time now. Each of the ten most recent significant tournaments has seen the participation of at least one female golfer. During this period, many fantastic players have established themselves as champions and role models for younger girls with aspirations of competing worldwide. Having stated that, I will now provide a list of 43 of the sexiest female golfers you should be familiar with.
1. Natalie Gulbis
Born in Sacramento, California, on January 7, 1983, Natalie Gulbis is a professional tennis player. American-born and raised, she plays golf professionally on the LPGA Tour. She has won nine LPGA Tour tournaments, including the Kraft Nabisco Championship in 2006.
University of Arizona alumna Natalie Gulbis played for them. Even as a young child, she showed an interest in golf, and by the time she turned 12, she was already playing on the local youth circuit at a high level of competition. In 2003, once Natalie Gulbis had finished high school, she debuted on the LPGA Tour. On her first try, she didn’t make the cut, but in 2004 and 2005, she won consecutive competitions. When 22-year-old Natalie Gulbis won six of nine events in 2006, she became the second-youngest winner in tour history. She finished second at The Kraft Nabisco Championship in 2010 and first at the LPGA Championship alongside Laura Davies and Karrie Webb. In 2011, she scored lowest at the PGA Championship, earning her the Vare Trophy.
|Full Name||Natalie Anne Gulbis|
|Day of Birth||January 7, 1983|
|Place of Birth||Sacramento, California, U.S.|
2. Carly Booth
Carly Booth was born in Comrie, Scotland, on June 21, 1992. Professionally, she plays golf in the United States. She’s the offspring of Colin Booth, a Scottish professional golfer. Booth attended Georgia Tech for golf and competed for the state of Georgia in the Espirito Santo Trophy in 2010. In 2012, she took home the title of European Ladies’ Amateur champion; in 2013, she was a key member of Europe’s Solheim Cup-winning squad. As her maiden LPGA Tour tournament, she also missed the cut at the Kraft Nabisco Championship that year. Carly Booth became a U.S. citizen in 2014. Her 2014 CME Group Title victory is mainly responsible for her notoriety. In 2016, she’ll make her debut appearance in the U.S. Open.
|Full Name||Carly Booth|
|Day of Birth||21 June 1992|
|Place of Birth||Comrie, Scotland|
3. Sydnee Michaels
Sydnee Michaels played volleyball for the San Diego State Aztecs of the NCAA’s Mountain West Conference and was named to the all-conference team three times.
Sydnee joined the Futures Tour in 2012 when she graduated from college and won her first professional tournament, the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open, held at Royal Canberra Golf Club. It was in 2013 that Michaels took home the Mizuno Women’s Australian Open trophy. Upon joining the LPGA Tour in 2014, she quickly rose. Michaels took home her first professional PGA Tour championship in 2015 at the CME Group Title. She finished second in the 2016 Evian Championship and first at the 2016 Kia Classic.
|Full Name||Sydnee Michaels|
|Day of Birth||June 15, 1988|
|Place of Birth||Upland, California, U.S.|
4. Paula Creamer
Paula Creamer’s birthdate is July 5, 1986, and she was born in Mountain View, California. She competes in golf at the professional level. She played golf for Stanford University and won a junior USGA championship. She received her secondary education in the San Fernando Valley at Northridge High School. While attending Stanford University, she was the Pac-12’s leading scorer in 2008 and 2009, a first-team All-Pac-10 selection, and the conference’s MVP in 2009. Paula Creamer won the national championship in her junior year.
She plays on the LPGA and Ladies European Tours (LET). In 2003, Creamer became pro and earned more than $1 million as Rookie of the Year. She won 2011’s Women’s PGA Championship and 2010’s U.S. Open (the first time for either gender).
|Full Name||Paula Creamer|
|Day of Birth||August 5, 1986|
|Place of Birth||Mountain View, California, U.S.|
5. Natalia Ghilzon
Natalia Ghilzon was born in London in 1990. Professional golfer with both Argentine and Italian citizenship. By the time she was nine, she had a +1 handicap from playing golf with her dad since she was seven. Her LET career began in 2009. Natalia Ghilzon won in 2013 and 2014. 2012 Women’s PGA Championship runner-up behind Annika Sörenstam. Her first win was the 2013 Kia Classic, and she won three more in 2014, including The Evian Championship.
|Full Name||Natalia Ghilzon|
|Day of Birth||May 18, 1990|
|Place of Birth||London, Ontario, Canada|
6. Kathleen Ekey
Cleveland’s Kathleen Ekey was born on 11/8/1986. Ekey played for the Ohio State Buckeyes women’s golf team from 2006 through 2009, the latter two years as captain. As a freshman, Ekey led the team in scoring in the Big Ten Championships and ranked 35th at the NCAA Championships.
She won the USWAPL that summer. Ekey reached the 2008 U.S. Women’s Amateur semifinals before winning the 2008 NCAA Women’s Division I Championship.
|Full Name||Kathleen Ekey|
|Day of Birth||November 8, 1986|
|Place of Birth||Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.|
7. Demi Runas
In Los Angeles, Demi Runas entered the world on January 14, 1991. She competes as a professional golfer in Canada. At the 2005 Nordea Masters in Sweden, she defeated Lexi Thompson by two strokes to become the youngest winner in LPGA tour history. In 2007, Lexi Thompson won the same tournament in Sweden, where she had previously lost. Nonetheless, Demi Runas won six LPGA tournaments throughout her junior career, including three major titles: the Canadian Open (2007), the Ladies Italian Open (2008), and the Women’s British Open (2010). (2010).
She made the jump to the professional ranks in 2010. She competed for the Canadian national golf team in the 2011 Espirito Santo Trophy final, where her team ultimately prevailed 9-3 over South Korea. Canada’s women’s team won the World Cup for the first time outside North America or Europe. On August 27, 2011, Demi Runas won The Evian Championship, making history as the first Canadian to win a major championship on the LPGA tour.
|Full Name||Demi Frances Runas|
|Day of Birth||1991 (age 30–31)|
|Place of Birth||Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
8. Jessica Korda
Jessica Korda plays professionally. Born in Bradenton, Florida, on Feb. 27, 1993. UCF golfer. In 2016, 2017, and 2018, she was Big East Player of the Year. She joined the Ladies European Tour and LPGA Tour in 2013. She’ll represent Canada at the Solheim Cup in October.
|Full Name||Jessica Regina Korda|
|Day of Birth||February 27, 1993 (age 29)|
|Place of Birth||Bradenton, Florida, U.S.|
9. Nikki Garrett
Nikki Garrett was born in Gosford, Australia, on January 8, 1984. She competes in golf at the professional level. She became a pro in 2006, and her first time making the LPGA cut was at the 2007 Lorena Ochoa Invitational, when she finished tied for 13th. She had her finest year in 2008, winning many tournaments and coming within a stroke of a playoff at both The Evian Championship and the U.S. Women’s Open final round at Winged Foot. She formerly held the fifth spot in the Women’s World Golf Rankings, but by the end of 2010, she had fallen to the 29th spot. A member of Team Australia, Garrett has qualified for two events at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
|Full Name||Nicole Maree “Nikki” Garrett|
|Day of Birth||8 January 1984 (age 38)|
|Place of Birth||Gosford, New South Wales, Australia|
10. Sharmila Nicollet
Nicollet, Sharmila, is a women’s golf circuit tour player. As of March 12, 1991, she entered the world in Bengaluru, India. Although she was born and reared in Bengaluru, her parents were initially from Kerala. In 2007, she leaped into the professional world.She placed 6th at the 2008 Women’s World Cup of Golf.
Sharmila Nicollet is a Canadian golfer who competed in the LPGA, Ladies European, and Solheim Cup. She has competed on the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Tour in the United States (2016) and the Ladies European Tour in 2018, among other tours.
|Full Name||Sharmila Nicollet|
|Day of Birth||12 March 1991 (age 31)|
|Place of Birth||Bangalore, India|
11. Belen Mozo
Belen Mozo was born in Cádiz in 1988. In 2006, she was able to break into the Women’s European Tour. She spent 14 years as a competitor on the Ladies European Tour. Beginning in 2006, she actively pursued a career in the field. The Women’s British Open at Turnberry in 2009 is the only major championship won. Since the beginning of 2017, she has participated in seven LET tournaments. Belen Mozo won the 2012 Ladies Scottish Open. Since July 2017, she has also played in two LPGA tour events.
|Full Name||Belén Mozo|
|Day of Birth||25 September 1988|
|Place of Birth||Cádiz, Spain|
12. Melissa Reid
Scotland’s own Melissa Reid is a top-level golfer on the professional circuit. On September 19, 1987, she entered the world in Derby, England. Professionalism for Reid began in 2006. After graduating from college in 2005, she joined the Ladies European Tour the following year. After finishing second to fellow Swede Catrin Nilsmark at the 2013 Australian Women’s Open, she became a household name on the Ladies European Tour and began winning events in 2010. Her first victory came in the Porsche Golf Grand Prix of Europe in 2010. In addition, she became the only player to win all four LET events in a single year when she won the 2012 Ladies Scottish Open.
Melissa Reid, who had previously won three LET tournaments, became the first and only player to win all four tournaments in 2014. With a final round 61, Reid beat off Soledad Villamón and Carlota Ciganda to win the 2015 Women’s Ante-Post Bankia Open de Espaa Femenino by four strokes.
|Full Name||Melissa Reid|
|Day of Birth||19 September 1987|
|Place of Birth||Derby|
13. Lexi Thompson
Lexi Thompson is a 1995 Florida native. Lexi Thompson is a U.S.-born LPGA and Ladies European Tour player. She initially golfed at age 3. She scored 29 points—13 under par on a par-72 course—to win Drive, Chip, and Putt in 2006. After her US.
Women’s Amateur Public Links, which she won by beating Lauren Chastain 4 and 3, Thompson became professional. The Kraft Nabisco Championship was her first significant victory over Michelle Wie in a playoff. Since its inception in 1946, this competition has been conducted annually, and she won at 16. During the 2017 LPGA Championship, she won for the most recent time.
|Full Name||Alexis Noel Thompson|
|Day of Birth||February 10, 1995|
|Place of Birth||Coral Springs, Florida, U.S.|
14. Michelle Wie
Pro golfer Michelle Wie hails from the United States. She was born to Korean parents on October 11, 1989, in Honolulu, Hawaii. After receiving a sponsor exemption to play in the 2004 McDonald’s LPGA Championship, Michelle Wie became the youngest player of any gender to win an LPGA major with her victory.
She topped the Women’s World Golf Rankings for the first time in 2005 and stayed there for 102 weeks. She made history by becoming the second-youngest player in LPGA Tour history. For the Solheim Cup, she competes for the United States. Michelle Wie is rated 20th in the Women’s World Golf Rankings and has won four LPGA tournaments.
|Full Name||Michelle Sung Wie West|
|Day of Birth||October 11, 1989|
|Place of Birth||Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.|
15. Beatriz Recari Eransus
Beatriz Recari Eransus was born in Pamplona, Spain, in 1987. She started working at age 4. Since 2006, Uranus has been on the Lady’s European Tour. Her 2008 EDF Energy Women’s British Open finish was fourth. She scored 280 over 78 holes to win the 2011 BMW International Ladies Golf Classic on August 2-4. (the previous record had been 261). In 2016, she won the Women’s British Open. In 2015, she won the Spanish national title and reached global No. 53.
|Full Name||Beatriz Recari Eransus|
|Day of Birth||21 April 1987|
|Place of Birth||Pamplona, Spain|
16. Paige Spiranac
Paige Spiranac is from San Diego. 26 March 1993, Denver, to Sri Lankan parents. After finishing second in the 2011 U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links Championship, she joined the Ladies European Tour. Paige Spiranac made her Ladies European Tour debut at The Girls’ British Open in 2012, when she tied for 25th. Paige Spiranac joined the Ladies European Tour in 2014. Paige Spiranac upset Ariya Jutanugarn to win the ANA Inspiration in 2017.
|Full Name||Paige Renee Spiranac|
|Day of Birth||March 26, 1993|
|Place of Birth||Wheat Ridge, Colorado|
17. Muni He
Muni Professional golfer He Muni hails from China. She entered this world on June 17, 1999, in Chengdu. In 2014, Muni transitioned to the professional ranks and had since been a regular on the Ladies European Tour. After shooting rounds of 71-68-70 to win by one shot over Kim Hyo-Joo, she defeated her in a sudden-death playoff 6 and 4. This was her first victory on the Ladies European Tour. After taking home the 2016 LPGA Junior World Championship, she emigrated to the United States to play on the Ladies European Tour. In 2018, she jumped to the professional ranks, joining the HNA Tour.
|Full Name||Muni “Lily” He|
|Day of Birth||17 June 1999|
|Place of Birth||Chengdu, Sichuan, China|
18. Lucy Robson
Robson is an accomplished golfer, and in 2012 and 2013, he was recognized by the Treasure Coast Golf Association as the organization’s finest player. She attended The University of South Florida (USF) to further her academic and athletic career before transferring to California Polytechnic University to complete her degree.
|Full Name||Lucy Robson|
|Day of Birth||March 10, 1995|
|Place of Birth||London, United Kingdom,|
19. Blair O’Neil
Model and pro golfer Blair O’Neil. Her date of birth is December 22, 2000, in Orlando, Florida. After winning her age group at the 2015 Women’s PGA Championship, Blair O’Neil became the eleventh woman to obtain her PGA of America card in 2016. During the 2018 Solheim Cup, she will be playing for the United States. In 2017, Blair won on the professional circuit three times: twice on the LPGA Tour and once on the Symetra Tour. With one more year of high school, Blair walked at her 2016 State College Area High School graduation to pursue her passion for golf.
|Full Name||Blair O Neal|
|Day of Birth||14 May 1981|
|Place of Birth||Malcolm, IL|
20. Cheyenne Woods
Pro golfer Cheyenne Woods hails from both the United States and Jamaica. On July 25, 1990, she entered the world in Phoenix, Arizona. Tiger Woods’s daughter Cheyenne is the niece of Tiger Woods, who has won 79 PGA Tour titles, and Tida Woods, who won 10 LPGA tournaments between 1979 and 1984.
In 2009, Woods transitioned to a professional career; since 2010, she has competed on the Ladies European Tour. As an amateur, she was pretty successful, having won the 2008 U.S. Women’s Amateur Golf Championship and making it to the final of the 2007 British Ladies Amateur Open Championship, where she lost to Melissa Reid of Scotland by a score of 3 and 2.
As of 2013, she was the only golfer in history to have won the U.S. Women’s Open at Augusta National Golf Club in 2012 and an individual NCAA championship in 2010 (with the UConn Huskies women’s golf team). While playing in the 2018 Lorena Ochoa Invitational in Mexico City, she won her maiden Ladies European Tour event.
|Full Name||Cheyenne Nicole Woods|
|Day of Birth||July 25, 1990|
|Place of Birth||Phoenix, Arizona, U.S.|
21. Anna Rawson
Anna Rawson was born in Adelaide, Australia, on 8/5/1981. She joined the Lady’s European Tour in 2004. She won the 2008 Ladies European Tour Copa De Andaluca Costa del Sol. In 2011, she won the BMW International Ladies Golf Classic in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania, with a 78-hole total of 280. (the previous record had been 261). She competes on the Ladies European Tour.
|Full Name||Anna Rawson|
|Day of Birth||5 August 1981|
|Place of Birth||Adelaide, Australia|
22. Maria Verchenova
Russian professional golfer Maria Verchenova. On March 27, 1986, she entered the world in Moscow. In 2004, she transitioned to the professional ranks, and since 2005, she has competed on the Ladies European Tour. At the 2018 Brunei International, she won her maiden Ladies European Tour tournament. In 2016, she will compete for Russia on the Solheim Cup team. For the first time in 2014, she took home the trophy from the Hotel Villa de Benidorm Open de Espana Feminino on the Ladies’ European Tour in Spain.
|Full Name||Maria Vitalyevna Verchenova|
|Day of Birth||27 March 1986|
|Place of Birth||Moscow, Russia|
23. Valeria Ochoa
Mexico’s professional golfer Valeria Ochoa. In Guadalajara, Jalisco, she made her debut in the world on October 13, 1989. She joined the LPGA Tour as a pro in 2007 and has been a regular on the Ladies European Tour ever since. In 2016, she was a part of Europe’s Solheim Cup team. After years of trying, she finally broke through at the 2017 Omega Dubai Ladies Classic to claim her first of many Ladies’ European Tour titles. Her breakthrough victory came at the 2010 KLM Open on the Ladies European Tour, and she has since represented Europe in the 2012 Solheim Cup and the 2014 edition, where she did not play.
|Full Name||Valeria Ochoa|
|Day of Birth||October 13, 1989|
|Place of Birth||Miami, Miami-Dade County, Florida, USA|
24. Lydia Ko
On February 2, 2015, Lydia Ko ascended to the pinnacle of the professional women’s golfing rankings. At the tender age of 17, Lydia Ko holds the record for the youngest golfer to attain this level. It wasn’t just Tiger Woods’ record that Lydia Ko smashed.
Lydia Ko won the Bing Lee / Samsung Women’s NSW Open on January 29, 2012, at 16. This made her the youngest golfer to win a professional tournament. Although only 14 years old, Lydia bested the previous record held by Japanese golfer Ryo Ishikawa. Lydia Ko didn’t become a professional golf champion for the first time at the 2014 Swinging Skirt LPGA Classic in April.
|Full Name||Lydia Ko MNZM|
|Day of Birth||24 April 1997|
|Place of Birth||Seoul, South Korea|
25. Atthaya Thitikul
Thitikul follows Ariya Jutanugarn (2017) as the second player from the Land of the Golden Temple to win the Rolex Rankings. And she is the 16th different person to sit atop the Annika Sorenstam-created “women’s golf throne” since the list’s inception in 2006.
This year, the female golfer known as “Jeen” or “Jeeno” is in great form as she welcomes the course inside the LPGA Tour, having won two championship functions (the JTBC Classic and the Arkansas Championship) and twelve other top 10 competitions, including three majors.
|Full Name||Ariya Jutanugarn|
|Day of Birth||23 November 1995 (age 26)|
|Place of Birth||Bangkok, Thailand|
26. Minjee Lee
Professional golfer Minjee Lee is of Asian and Australian descent. Minjee Lee was born into a family with a history of golf, so she was introduced to the game from an early age. She began devoting almost eight hours a day to her golf practice regimen at a young age. Coach Ritchie Smith is Minjee Lee’s primary instructor.
In February 2014, after winning the Oates Victorian Open, she ascended to the top of the amateur rankings and remained there until she became professional in September of the same year.
|Full Name||Minjee Lee|
|Day of Birth||27 May 1996|
|Place of Birth||Perth, Western Australia|
27. Brooke M. Henderson
In the 2016 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship Playoffs, Brooke Henderson defeated Lydia Ko to win her Major maiden championship, as was the most recent triumph at the Evian Championship.
Brooke Henderson, who came into this year having already won 12 LPGA tournaments, triumphed at the Evian Championship to take home her second Major title. As a result of her triumph, the Canadian golfer became the first player on the LPGA Tour to shoot two consecutive rounds of 64, and she was awarded a purse of one million dollars.
|Full Name||Brooke Mackenzie Henderson|
|Day of Birth||10 September 1997|
|Place of Birth||Smiths Falls, Ontario, Canada|
28. Hye-Jin Choi
Professional golfer Choi Hye-jin hails from South Korea. She won a silver medal as part of South Korea’s winning team at the 2014 Asian Games. She played a key role in the Korean team’s third-place performance in the 2014 Espirito Santo Trophy. In 2018, at the LPGA Tour’s ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open, she finished second. She was the 2019 Korea Tour LPGA money leader after winning five tournaments this year. Choi successfully completed the LPGA Tour qualifying school and received a membership for the 2022 season.
|Full Name||Choi Hye-jin|
|Day of Birth||23 August 1999|
|Place of Birth||Gimhae, Gyeongsangnam-do, South Korea|
29. Jennifer Kupcho
Taking home the trophy at the Chevron Tournament 2022 gave American golfer Jennifer Kupcho her maiden LPGA Tour victory and her first major championship. After Kupcho shot 64 in the third round, he finished the 54-hole portion of the Chevron Championship with a record total of -16 and a 6-stroke lead over the trailing group. The golfer born in 1997 nevertheless won by two strokes over Jessica Korda after shooting a final round 74. He finished with a total score of -14. Kupcho receives $750,000 for his triumph.
|Full Name||Jennifer Anne Kupcho|
|Day of Birth||May 14, 1997|
|Place of Birth||Littleton, Colorado, U.S.|
30. Xiyu Lin
Lin Xiyu made history when she shot an ace in the Olympic golf competition. Xi Yu Lin (Lin Xiyu) is a professional golfer from China. In 2011, Lin made the transition to professional golf and began playing on the China LPGA Tour. She has won the CLPGA title seven times.
|Full Name||Lin Xiyu (林希妤)|
|Day of Birth||25 February 1996|
|Place of Birth||Guangzhou, China|
31. In Gee Chun
Professional golfer Chun In-gee (also known as In Gee Chun) hails from South Korea. She came into the world in the city of Gunsan in the province of North Jeolla. She had previously won the US Women’s Open (2015) and the Evian Championship (2016) on the LPGA Tour, in addition to the Women’s PGA Championship in 2022. Chun finished with a record-breaking -21 while holding the second major. Total ranking in the elite male and female award class.
|Full Name||Chun In-gee|
|Day of Birth||10 August 1994|
|Place of Birth||Gunsan, South Korea|
32. Celine Boutier
Celine Boutier rose to be the number 1 amateur golfer in the world while a student at Duke University, USA. She had her first LPGA Tour title in 2019 when she won the Vic Open, but this time the ShopRite LPGA Classic was Boutier’s first title in the US. At the ShopRite LPGA Classic, with a brilliant performance with the putter on the final day, Celine Boutier scored eight birdies to rise to the top position in a single circuit. In particular, the birdie on the last hole, number 18, par 5, created a decisive 1-stroke advantage for Boutier.
33. Nasa Hataoka
Nasa Hataoka, who was given her name in honor of the United States space agency, has worked hard to live up to her parents’ lofty hopes and achieve great success. The Japanese golfer concluded the final round of the DIO Implant LA Open with a score of 67 (-5) to claim the title. Nasa Hataoka has won six times on the LPGA Tour, and she has no plans to slow down now that she is at the top of the leaderboard at Wilshire Country Club.
|Full Name||Nasa Hataoka|
|Day of Birth||13 January 1999|
|Place of Birth||Kasama, Ibaraki, Japan|
34. Danielle Kang
Only Danielle Kang has averaged less than 70 strokes per day throughout the final two rounds. Competitors like Nelly Korda have seen their performance suffer due to the high winds that have plagued the last two days of competition.
Danielle Kang won the Women’s PGA Championship in 2017, and now she has won her sixth tournament on the LPGA Tour at the Hilton Grand Vacations Tournament of Champions.
|Full Name||Danielle Grace Kang|
|Day of Birth||October 20, 1992|
|Place of Birth||San Francisco, California, U.S.|
35. Hyo Joo Kim
Kim Hyo-Joo, or Hyo Joo Kim, is a professional golfer from South Korea who currently plays on the LPGA of the Korea Tour. She shot a first-round 61 to win the 2014 Evian Championship, which was a professional tournament.
|Full Name||Kim Hyo-joo|
|Day of Birth||14 July 1995 (age 27)|
|Place of Birth||Wonju, Gangwon-do, South Korea|
36. Jin Young Ko
The people of the land of kimchi were not let down by Ko Jin Young, their star candidate. She is responsible for the presence of Korean golfers in 200 LPGA Tour events. With her recent triumph at the BMW Ladies Championship, Ko Jin Young was a major contributor to the Korean golf village’s achievement of 200 LPGA Tour victories. Ko Jin Young had to go through a trying time in order to make a name for himself in history. Her grandmother had gone away a few months prior, so she decided to dedicate her first win of 2021 at the Volunteers of America Classic to her memory.
|Full Name||Ko Jin-young|
|Day of Birth||7 July 1995|
|Place of Birth||Seoul, South Korea|
37. Leona Maguire
The former No. 1 female amateur golfer in the world won her maiden LPGA Tour title at the LPGA Drive On Championship. The turning point in the Irish golfer’s career came in September at the Solheim Cup, when Leona Maguire helped Europe beat the USA 15-13 with four victories. In 2019, Maguire officially joined the LPGA Tour.
|Full Name||Leona Maguire|
|Day of Birth||30 November 1994)|
|Place of Birth||County Cavan, Ireland|
38. Ayaka Furue
Ayaka Furue is a top golfer in Japan. She has made the transition from the LPGA Tour in Japan, where she won eight times, to the LPGA Tour in the United States. On July 31, 2022, at the Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open, she earned her first LPGA Tour title.
|Full Name||Ayaka Furue|
|Day of Birth||27 May 2000|
|Place of Birth||Kobe, Kansai, Japan|
39. Hannah Green
Australia’s next big thing, Hannah Green, had a breakout 2019 campaign full of surprises. She has two major titles on the American LPGA Tour to her name. Green became the second female golfer, after Lee Minjee, to obtain this honor for her victory at the PMG Women’s PGA Championship major and the first since the Cambia Portland Classic was held at the RACV Royal Pines Resort, which hosted the Australian PGA Championship.
|Full Name||Hannah Green|
|Day of Birth||20 December 1996|
|Place of Birth||Perth, Western Australia|
40. Charley Hull
Charley Esmee Hull, a professional golfer from England, has won awards on both the Ladies European Tour and the LPGA Tour. She set a record as the youngest player to ever compete in a Solheim Cup match, and she won the European Tour championship in 2012. before turning 18 in the year 2014. Ascendant LPGA 2022 was just won by Charley Hull.
|Full Name||Charley Esmee Hull|
|Day of Birth||20 March 1996)|
|Place of Birth||Kettering, Northamptonshire, England|
41. Madelene Sagstrom
Madelene Sagstrom recorded a 67 (-5) in the third round, bringing her total to -15 and keeping her at the top of the Gainbridge LPGA table, where she has a chance to win her maiden LPGA Tour championship. She turned professional in 2015, and this edge could help her achieve her first LPGA Tour victory. A former University of Louisiana State student has won three titles on the Symatra Tour’s lower circuit.
|Full Name||Madelene Maria Sagström|
|Day of Birth||13 November 1992|
|Place of Birth||Uppsala, Sweden|
42. Jodi Ewart Shadoff
Jodi Ewart Shadoff is a professional golfer from England who has competed in the Ladies Professional Golf Association Tournament as well as the Ladies European Championship. After 246 attempts spread out over a decade and a half, Jodi Ewart Shadoff finally achieved her goal of winning an event on the LPGA Tour on October 9, 2022, when the LPGA Mediheal Championship came to a close.
|Full Name||Jodi Ewart Shadoff|
|Day of Birth||7 January 1988|
|Place of Birth||Northallerton, England|
43. Nanna Koerstz Madsen
Danish golf pro Nanna Koerstz Madsen. In 2016, she participated in the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and placed thirteenth overall. She is a current competitor on both the Ladies European Tour and the LPGA Tour. Nanna Koerstz Madsen also made history by being the first golfer from Denmark to win an LPGA Tour event.
|Full Name||Nanna Koerstz Madsen|
|Day of Birth||23 October 1994|
|Place of Birth||Smørum, Denmark|