Belen Mozo, the 24-year-old LPGA Tour player who grew up in Spain, played at University of Southern California and now lives in South Florida, was playing golf at the Medalist Club with a few of her PGA friends when a Twitter post caught her eye.
"Someone had sent me the most beautiful video I ever got in my life," Mozo said on Monday from Mobile...
Bae Seon Woo had a course-record 64 on Saturday for a share of the lead after the second round of the New Zealand Women's Open.
Woo had nine birdies and a bogey to share the lead at 6-under 138 in the 54-hole tournament at the Clearwater Golf Club.
Lydia Ko shot a 4-under par 68 to tie Woo. The 15-year-old Korean-born New Zealander followed her 2-under 70 with a round including...
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February 09, 2013
You know, just because. We’ve been having a lot of fun over the past week or so with ESPN The Magazine‘s upcoming edition of their immensely popular “Body Issue” set to hit newsstands on Friday, in particular with the lovely and talented Spanish golfer Belen Mozo, so why not continue on with it? (watches video [...]
Yes, it's true, one of the more attractive LPGA players on Earth has followed in the footsteps of her predecessors and posed sans even a sock tan for ESPN the Magazine's the Body Issue.
Belen Mozo might not be a household name now, but she should be; even as a college player, Mozo was expected to be a star, making the cut in her last four starts of her rookie season including...
Just over a year ago, I was caddying on the LPGA Tour and got introduced to a college kid turing pro. She was from USC, and she was incredibly attractive, but more than that, super cool. My female golf crush was born.
And here we are today, with Belen Mozo in the ESPN Body Issue. I'm not a huge fan of the Swimsuit Issue or the Body Issue because if I wanted to look at beautiful...
Alrighty then. Not to take away from the tasteful and artistic nature of the photographs which typically grace the pages of ESPN The Magazine‘s annual Body Issue, is it just me, or is this exactly what Jerry Seinfeld was referring to when he was explaining to Elaine how he assumed that the gymnast he was [...]