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- Geek & Sci-Fi
The youngest golfer to ever qualify for the US Open, Lucy Li might not be leading the pack, but she's winning in terms of patriotic fashion.
Paulina Gretzky is not making many friends in the LPGA.
Golfer Paula Creamer drained an incredible 75-foot putt to take the HSBS Womens Championship, and it's one of the best putts you'll ever see.
ESPN The Magazine has released a batch of photos from the 2011 installment of their annual "The Body Issue", and while full-on nudity isn't something we can really share with you at With Leather, we can't see a picture of Blake Griffin dunking with his pants down and not share it with you.
It's the age-old question that men have wondered about women forever.
Women's golf "star" Natalie Gulbis blew off a practice round for the US Women's Open to hang out with her old boyfriend, Big Ben.
Lorena Ochoa is walking away from golf, and normally we wouldn't care about this sort of thing.
So a team of women's golf all-stars are in DC to visit the White House and also to, hopefully, get a a geography lesson.
Pro golfer and former jailbait Michelle Wie finally won her first LPGA event yesterday.
Here's the LPGA's Anna Rawson in the newest Go Daddy commercial, complete with the "see the unrated version" tag at the end, making you think, "Ooh, there gon be sum boobies," but seriously, there will be no boobies.
I feel like I should qualify this to some degree; we've done posts on certain LPGA players that seem to be begging for a certain, magazine photo-shoot type of attention.
UPDATE: Apparently, Rawson has "her" phone number posted on her web site, and apparently she even returns calls on occasion.
Phil from Gunaxin put together a MIGHTY spread of Natalie Gulbis images; the collection is vast and impressive.
Wilhelmina Artist Management, a branch of the famed modeling agency, has taken seven female golfers under its wing to glam up the LPGA tour.
Instead of the natural course of trending more lesbian, the world of women's golf is getting younger with the news that Michelle Wie's record as the youngest person ever to compete in a pro golfing event has been undercut by an even tinier tyke.