While the popular image of golf usually includes argyle sweater vests and middle-aged men, pro-golfer and part-time pin-up model Natalie Gulbis first walked onto the green as a golden-haired four-year-old girl and proceeded to win a handful of championships before going pro at age 18. Competing on the LPGA tour, Gulbis would consistently rank well and earn well over the coming years, eventually winning the Evian Masters in 2007.
Gulbis' striking looks and blonde mane would also bolster her career, making her a sex symbol in the golf world. In 2005, she posed for a calendar featuring pictures of herself both putting on the green and posing on the beach. This led to an equally saucy spread in FHM magazine, where Gulbis would eventually write an advice column. She also became the star of her own reality show, The Natalie Gulbis Show, on the Golf Channel. In 2009 she appeared on the eighth season Donald Trump's celebrity competitive reality show The Apprentice.