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Earlier this week, released its fourth annual “Most Beautiful Women in Golf” edition, and this year’s selections are about as fine as sinking a 200-foot putt.

So, without further ado, here’s this year’s hottest ladies on the links.

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Belen Mozo 

Hailing from Cadiz, Spain, the 28-year-old Ms. Mozo had a promising amateur career, winning British Ladies Amateur Golf Championship in 2006, before qualifying to join both the LPGA Tour and the Ladies European Tour in 2011.

Since her professional debut, Mozo’s major accomplishments include representing the winning team of Spain in the 2014 International Crown.

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Cheyenne Woods

Nope, that last name of Woods is no coincidence.

It turns out that Cheyenne is actually the great Tiger Woods’ niece, and while her career accomplishments have yet to match up to Tiger’s, Ms. Woods has won more than 30 amateur championships and became the sixth African-American to play on the LPGA Tour when she debuted back in 2012.


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The Crenshaw ladies

With an illustrious career golfing career, including two Masters Tournament wins, Ben Crenshaw retired from the PGA in 2015.

Now, at the age of 64, Crenshaw gets to spend more time with his wife, Julie, and their three daughters: Katherine, 29, Claire, 24, and Anna Riley, 18 at their home in Austin, Texas.

What a gorgeous group!

Love these girls. 💕💕💕 few pics from shoot

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Couldn't be happier to have them here with me💙🗝

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Danielle Kang

24-year-old Danielle Kang became the first player in 15 years to win consecutive U.S. Women’s Amateur titles back in 2011 and has played on the LPGA Tour since qualifying in 2012. Quite the prodigy, Kang qualified for the U.S. Women’s Open at only 14.

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Holly Sonders

A former collegiate golfer, Sonders is currently a reporter and host for FOX Sports.

Oh, and this is also Holly’s fourth time on the list and it’s easy to see why.

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Jan Stephenson

Jan Stephenson is an OG when it comes to making golf sexy, with a number of modeling appearances in the 1970s and 1980s. She even famously turned down Donald Trump back in the day.

She was no slouch on the course either. The 65-year-old Aussie Jan Stephenson is a three-time major champion and won 16 times on the LPGA Tour between 1976 and 1987.


Jessica and Nelly Korda

Despite being the daughters of retired professional tennis players Petr Korda and Regina Rajchrtová, the Korda sisters found their true calling in golf.

Only 23, Jessica already has four wins on the LPGA Tour. Nelly will soon join her sister on the tour, after finishing ninth on the Symetra Tour money list in 2016 to earn her LPGA card for this year.

Supermaaaaannnnn @nellykorda

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Kira Kazantsev

Considering that she was crowned Miss America in 2015, it’s no surprise as to why Kira Kazantsev made the cut.

Though she’s not a professional player, Kazantsev’s father taught her the game at the age of 3 and she continues to play to this day.

Melissa Jones

Melissa Jones is the wife of Australian golfer Matt Jones, who won the Shell Houston Open back in 2014.

Melissa was crowned Miss Idaho USA in 2009 and finished among the top 15 in that year’s Miss USA pageant. Matt is one lucky dude!

And there you have it. What did you think of this year’s list?

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