With over 300 million active users, its no surprise that Instagram is home to a plethora of the world's sexiest golfers
Mobile photo and video sharing app Instagram currently has well over 300 million active users, and with a few simple searches of hashtags like #golf and #sexygolf you can open your eyes to a whole new world.
Below are some of our favourites accounts you can follow. Like all lists, everything here is completely subjective...
Paige Renee shot a 68 en-route to recently winning the Colorado State Matchplay Championship, and helped her Axtec women’s golf team claim the Mountain West Conference Championship for the first time in its history earlier this year.
Professional golfer and Cobra Puma model, Blair O’Neal was the winner of Golf Channel TV show the Big Break and is currently trying to obtain her LPGA tour card. O’Neal has golfed since the age of 11, and mixes her golf practice with modelling gigs, including appearing on various covers of golf magazines and for golf brands Cobra and Puma.
Aussie Anna Rawson is another professional golfer and model. Rawson was the leading qualifier for the 1999 and 2000 Australian Amateur Championship and qualified for the Ladies European Tour for 2006. In December 2007 she was invited to join the LPGA Tour, and in 2008 she qualified for a full-time LPGA Tour card via Q-School for the 2009 season. Rawson didn’t go on to enjoy much success as a professional, and is currently completing a Master of Business Administration degree at Columbia Business School.
England’s Lucy Robson currently plays her golf for California Polytechnic State University. She earned her place on the west coast after graduating Jensen Beach High School in Floridas team MVP, a title she achieved all four years from 2009 to 2012. Robson was also the Treasure Coast Player of the Year in 2012 and 2013, and was South Florida PGA Champion.
This life loving American amateur may not be a tour pro quite yet, but she’s certainly worth a follow, if not just for the incredible Scottsdale course pics she regularly posts.
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