Instagramming With ... Belen Mozo

Let's go Instagramming with Spanish beauty Belen Mozo and find out what this LPGA golfer has been up to lately.

Well, lately, she's been busy preparing for the final stage of LPGA Q-School. Don't worry Belen fans: No matter what happens at Q-School, we will see Belen on the LPGA Tour in 2016. She finished 101st on the 2015 money list, which means she still has status and will still get into some tournaments next year.

But Mozo is playing Q-School in an effort to improve her status and get into more events next year. One of the things that means is fitness training:

And lots and lots of practice:

But you do have to leave time for fun and time for recharging:

Here she is with boyfriend Robert Farah, a professional tennis player:

Belen has had a very solid LPGA career to date since first making it onto the tour as a rookie in 2011. She was 67th on the money list that year. Her best money list finish to date is 55th, which she achieved in 2014. She has three career Top 10 finishes on the LPGA.

Career highlight so far for Mozo? She was part of Team Spain that won the inaugural International Crown tournament in 2014.

You can follow Belen on Instagram or on Twitter.

How Two Friends Launched a Company: Backswing Golf Events

McKenzie Lyng (left) and Amanda Robertson

What is Backswing Golf Events? It's a company that brings good golf and great personalities, and lots of fun, to golf tournaments and events. (That these golfers happen to be "golf babes" is just a bonus.) It's also a company that was founded fairly recently by two good friends making their first formal forays into the business world.

All pro golfers are businessmen and businesswomen really, in women's golf, especially: there are travel arrangements to make, money to scrimp and save for entry fees, expenses to track and tame. (The PGA Tour guys all have "people" who do those things for them.) But founding their own company is a new experience for the Backswing co-founders and co-CEOs, McKenzie Lyng and Amanda Robertson.

"I love it because whatever we do and however hard we work determines the outcome of how our business grows," said Lyng (you might better know as McKenzie Jackson from Big Break Mexico). "There are some things we are learning as we go, but that's the fun of it. I don't think that there's many companies who have the same business plan as we do, so, therefore, we can choose how we want to do things and I love that about starting a company."

McKenzie and Amanda were doing what many young golf pros do to supplement their income: working the pro-am circuits. Personal appearances and playing appearances at corporate events, charity tournaments and the like.

"Amanda and I have been talking about making what we do into a company for a long time," McKenzie said. "We have been traveling participating in Pro-Ams for about 2-1/2 years now, and finally decided to make it official this summer."

That meant putting together a business plan, recruiting other golfers to join the Backswing Golf Events roster and marketing their services.

What about those services? McKenzie says, "What we provide for clients is a fun, personable day on the golf course! They can take away an unforgettable memory from playing with awesome professional golfers. There are a lot of things we do to customize each event, to ensure each group has a great experience."

Backswing's services can include a pre-event gala, for example, or a lunch and golf clinics. They often include Big Break-style challenges (such as the infamous Flop Wall or the glass break). The Backswing pros at an event might rotate among groups of golfers, play several holes with each group. Or there might be a Backswing pro stationed at each of the par-3 holes to interact and play the hole with each group as it comes through.

And Backswing's roster of pros? It's expanding all the time and includes many golfers we've featured here on Golf Babes. One of the newest additions is Anna DePalma:

And another new addition is McKenzie's fellow Big Break alum Kristi (O'Brien) Moster:

Other Backswing pros include Kylee Duede, Chelsea Kinard, Candra Sumedhatip and Melissa Mabanta.

So if you're involved in planning a golf event, be sure to check out the Backswing Golf Events website. You can also find them on Facebook, and the founders are on Twitter: @McKenzie1207 and @TeamAmanda295.