ORLANDO, Fla. – Sandra Gal understands sex appeal is part of her growing popularity as an LPGA professional, but she wants to be known primarily for her accomplished game.
She told GolfChannel.com Tuesday that she doesn’t mind being labeled the “Hottest Golfer” on the planet, as long as it promotes the women’s game.


After two months of online voting and 16 head-to-head matches we finally have an overall winner in the GolfDigest.com Hottest Golfer competition. Twenty-six-year-old LPGA Tour player Sandra Gal from Germany, didn't just defeat 23-year-old men's champ Rickie Fowler for the ultimate crown -- she annihilated him. Gal got a whopping 99.6 percent of the more than 80,000 votes cast. This may be an indication of the gender of our voters, but it also speaks volumes about the popularity of this former ballet dancer from Dusseldorf.


Sandra is the overall winner of the Hottest Female Golfer Challenge as voted by the Golf Digest readers


Hers may not exactly be a name that immediately triggers bells (you may remember her from the ‘Babes & Hunks’ segment in ParGolf’s December 2009 issue), but once you’ve met the sweet yet incredibly alluring Sandra Gal (pronounced ‘gahl’), chances are you won’t forget her anytime soon. (And yes, I’m straight, really – cross my heart.)


Sandra Gal is a master at showing off her killer legs. Whether she's doubling up on the polos or sporting a sleek sleeveless number, her athletic legs are always on display. I love that she can pull off short skirts and still look athletic and sporty, not over-exposed.


Question: Can you take me through a great day, 3-under par? I know two bogeys, five birdies, kind of take me through the round and what was working well for you today.
SANDRA GAL: I actually had kind of a slow start. I think 1 is a very birdieable hole; 2, you kind of have to make birdie


View pictures of Sandra playing at the Hana Bank Championship golf tournament, Sky 72 Golf Club Ocean course, Incheon Korea


Alison Nicholas, unlike the USA's Rosie Jones, had no shock selections up her sleeve when she named her European Solheim Cup team on Monday.


ORLANDO, FL, (August 18, 2011) - One of womens golf's brightest stars, Germany's Sandra Gal, purchased FlightScope's wireless X2 after experiencing it first hand at this year's Ricoh British Open played last month at Carnoustie, Scotland.


Lake Nona’s Karen Stupples and ChampionsGate pro Sandra Gal have been added to Europe’s Solheim Cup roster, announced among four wild-card picks captain Alison Nicholas will take next month to Ireland’s Killeen Castle.


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