Hot female athletes make the world go round, especially the ones who are nice enough to take pictures of themselves in little clothing. Even more impressive are the ones who take it all off, usually for Playboy magazine. We would say we hope you enjoy, but we know you will. You may not count ring girls as athletes, but we do, especially when they pose nude for Playboy. Leah did so in the November edition.
Scottish golfer Carly Booth poses naked ahead of Ricoh Women’s British Open
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Chances are you have never seen golf played quite like this nor heard a more hilarious call made to report it. But that's what the internet was presented with recently, when this clip surfaced of a drunk white woman taking off her pants on a golf course and using her privates to hold a tee, from which her drunk friends hit golf balls from. Watching the insanity unfold from a window overlooking the golf course, a woman can be heard telling a police dispatcher, "Hey, let me cut to the point," at the onset of the call. So, you might want to know that. Users can unsubscribe at anytime. James Conley III says the employees never apologized after they realized their mistake.
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One of the double standards under which the LPGA has long had to operate is the criticism it endures any time one of its players promotes her sexuality in any way. Jan Stephenson in the bathtub full of golf balls and nothing else comes to mind, and more recently the calendar Natalie Gulbis debuted at the U. The women's tour will no doubt get a triple-whammy of attention -- both wanted and unwanted -- next month when three of its players appear in ESPN the Magazine in tastefully covered states of undress. The special theme issue, sort of a response by ESPN to the highly successful Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue, will celebrate both the male and female athlete. A source familiar with the issue says Dwight Howard of the Orlando Magic and tennis star Serena Williams will be on the cover.