On being a part-time model / full-time LPGA tour player.

It's great if it brings attention to our tour. We're attractive, and we can play.





  

 

1. If you could meet anyone in the world dead or alive who would it be and what would say to them?
Nelson Mandela and I would ask him how he found so much courage and love....






 

Sandra Gal was a four-time NGCA (National Golf Coaches Association) Academic All-American while at the University of Florida in 2007 qualified for LPGA as an amateur in her first attempt through the LPGA Q-School.





 

We'd like to welcome the defending champion, Sandra Gal, to the Kia Classic, the third annual edition of the event here back at La Costa Resort and Spa. Last year you won the event at a different location. Tell us what it's like to come back here as defending champion at a new venue?




 

We'd like to welcome the defending champion, Sandra Gal, to the Kia Classic, the third annual edition of the event here back at La Costa Resort and Spa. Last year you won the event at a different location. Tell us what it's like to come back here as defending champion at a new venue?

 

We'd like to welcome the defending champion, Sandra Gal, to the Kia Classic, the third annual edition of the event here back at La Costa Resort and Spa. Last year you won the event at a different location. Tell us what it's like to come back here as defending champion at a new venue?



 

From a special visit from Sandra Gal, to the top sporting events in the USA, enjoy this edition of the Golf Guy Grill Room.







 

Sandra Gal, winner of the 2011 Kia Classic, says to improve impact with your driver, move the ball up in your stance parallel with your front foot. Take 5 or 6 swings in this position and get the feel of solid impact. Move the ball back to the proper position and start hitting solid drives.






 

Germany's Sandra Gal was voted the world's "hottest golfer" by readers of GolfDigest.com. "To be honest, I don't consider myself the most attractive girl out there, but it's nice to see a lot of people participated in that voting," Gal told Golf Channel. "Hopefully, it can bring more attention to the women's game."

 

"I don't really work on that image, maybe it's something that just comes naturally," Gal said. "I did a bit of work for Callaway and their catalogs, but I'm really focused on my game and to be the best athlete I can be. That's always going to be my No. 1 focus."





 

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