Natalie Gulbis doesn’t have a wedding date yet, nor does she have a venue picked out. All she knows is that by the end of 2013, she’ll be married to Josh Rodarmel, a former Yale quarterback, co-founder of Power Balance bracelets and 1-handicap.
Natalie Gulbis has withdrawn from the RR Donnelley LPGA Founders Cup, the first domestic event on the LPGA schedule, as she recovers from malaria.
At some point, there is going to have to be a limit to all this sexiness in women's golf. Ashley Crain weighs in.
Dustin Johnson says he has not been dating anyone for two months, not even Natalie Gulbis.
LPGA Tour player Natalie Gulbis was in the gallery following Dustin Johnson on the back nine Saturday at Kapalua, and apparently it was no coincidence.
Natalie Gulbis had planned to play in everything. Given the LPGA’s lean schedule, that’s really not an outrageous intention. Still, Gulbis’ body wouldn’t cooperate.
A light pre-tournament practice schedule hasn’t hurt Natalie Gulbis at the U.S. Women’s Open. A bad back kept her from playing a practice round this week, and she was only able to hit balls on Wednesday.
It’s somewhat appropriate that Sherri Steinhauer has the first-round lead in the ShopRite LPGA Classic.
LPGA golfer Natalie Gulbis played a round of golf with ex-boyfriend Ben Roethlisberger and called the troubled Steelers quarterback "a great guy."
What happened to Natalie Gulbis? Well, she didn’t hit many greens. Gulbis said she hit five greens on Thursday and 10 in the second round. She missed the cut by a mile, shooting 78-75.
Where can you find Natalie Gulbis this year? Try everywhere. The popular tour player has committed to all 24 events on the 2010 LPGA schedule. Considering her recent health record, however, don’t bet the farm.
Adidas is launching new signature golf shoes in 2010. They will feature personal touches and designs from two of the LPGA's hottest players.
Rocco Mediate, Duffy Waldorf and Natalie Gulbis will play themselves in an upcoming episode of “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.”
Natalie Gulbis withdrew from the season-ending LPGA Tour Championship due to illness. She was replaced in the field by Audra Burks, No. 155 on the money list.
Natalie Gulbis just got a tremendous break in afternoon foursomes when her shot from under the trees on the sixth hole hit a boom mic and bounced back on the green. (The boom mic is that furry-looking thing that looks like a cat.)
Michelle Wie failed to qualify for the U.S. Women’s Open. Wie shot a 74 in the second round of qualifying Monday, and missed by a shot.
It looked like Natalie Gulbis’ time. The LPGA’s All-American poster girl had a long-awaited first victory squarely within her sights at the Jamie Farr Owens Corning Classic
Annika Sorenstam, the world’s No. 1 player, didn't lose her own tournament, sinking a birdie putt from 27 feet on the 72nd hole to defeat Natalie Gulbis by a stroke at the Scandinavian TPC.
Talented teen, twentysomethings invigorate once-aging American side.
If you’re searching for the next young American superstar, Stacy Prammanasudh is a name to throw into the hat.