Natalie Gulbis,American professional golfer

Natalie Gulbis
Natalie Anne Gulbis was born January 7, 1983 in Sacramento, is an American professional golfer who plays the U.S. on the LPGA Tour. She won her first title on the professional circuit in 2007 at the Evian Masters in France.

Natalie Gulbis, a Latvian, was born in Sacramento, California. Natalie became interested in golf at the age of four years. In his seven years, she won her first junior tournament. It plays its first tournament as qu'amatrice LPGA Tour at the age of fourteen years (with a handicap of 2). In July 2001 at the age of eighteen years, she turned professional after playing in the golf team at the University of Arizona (Arizona Wildcats).

During his first five professional years, she does not win any tournaments, however the 2005 season it rises to the sixth highest-paid female golfers with more than a million dollars in gains for him to play the Solheim Cup with the U.S. USA. In addition, she finished consecutively in the top 10 of four Grand Slams between 2005 and the LPGA Championship Kraft Nabisco 2006.

It was not until July 2007 she won her first tournament on the professional circuit, beating the playoff with South Korean Jeong Jang at the Evian Masters in France. She earns $ 3,000,000 with the win.

Past results

* 2007: Evian Masters.

Other wins

* 2007: Wendy's 3-Tour Challenge (with Cristie Kerr and Morgan Pressel, an unofficial event).
* 2009: Wendy's 3-Tour Challenge (with Cristie Kerr and Suzann Pettersen, unofficial event).

Business and Media
Natalie Gulbis is considered a sex symbol on the LPGA Tour. When she realizes her calendar in 2005, just before the U.S. Women's Open where she poses while playing golf and other facilities in place, the Golf Association of the United States found it inappropriate and prohibited the sale. The calendar is finally available in Canada, and the Golf Association of the United States is criticized for having overreacted. She also posed for FHM magazine in November 2004. Natalie says she likes the attention it receives, even if only for its appearance. Since it multiplies contracts with sponsors: RSM McGladrey, TaylorMade Golf, Adidas, Canon, Michelob Ultra, SkyCaddie, Payment Data Systems, MasterCard, Winn Golf Grips, Lake Las Vegas Resort and EA Sports.

In 2006, Gulbis writes a monthly column in FHM magazine about golf. In November 2005 she was the star of a reality show on The Golf Channel: The Natalie Gulbis Show. The second season of this show comes out October 18, 2006. It is also part of the video game Tiger Woods PGA Tour from EA Sports, with Annika Sorenstam, Ian Poulter and Luke Donald among others. In July 2007, Natalie Gulbis on the cover of Sactown Magazine in the August / September in an article that reveals his hectic life as a rising star of numerous contracts with sponsors and her photo shoots, all without any professional victory. Ozires Gil, Vice President of Marketing for Raymond Weil, a luxury watchmaker and one of the sponsors of Natalie Gulbis, is quoted as saying "Once she started going to win, it will be a superstar. " A few days later, Natalie Gulbis won the Evian Masters, her first professional title on the LPGA Tour.

In 2009, she appeared in the second season of Celebrity Apprentice. Throughout the season, each celebrity to raise funds for a charity of their choice, Natalie has chosen the Boys and Girls Club. She came out of the game during the episode of April 19, 2009.

Natalie Gulbis is 28 April 2009 in an episode of The Price Is Right, original version of the game The Price is Right. She also participates in a game Hole in One to run the game of "inspiration putt. " It also appears to Sports Jobs with Junior Seau or bucket works as his caddy during the pro-am of the Safeway Classic.

See also Danica Patrick

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