Instagramming With ... Courtney Harter

Courtney Harter is ready to get back in the swing on the Symetra Tour. After missing the 2015 season, Courtney will rejoin the Symetra Tour for its Florida swing in 2016. That means playing the Florida Natural Charity Classic April 8-10; the Chico's Patty Berg Memorial April 14-17; and the Guardian Retirement Championship at Sara Bay April 22-24.

These will be Harter's first Symetra Tour tournaments since the 2014 season, when she had a best showing of tied for 18th.

Courtney turned pro in 2012 after an NCAA career at the University of Alabama that included one NCAA victory. Since then she's played events on the Suncoast Series, the Canadian Women's Tour and in Europe, in addition to the Symetra Tour. And twice she Monday qualified to get into the field at LPGA tournaments.

Courtney works on her game with well-known instructor Dana Dahlquist. But golf isn't Harter's only way to pay the bills. You won't be surprised to learn she's also a model.

You can follow Courtney on Instagram - @courtneyharter - to keep up with her exploits in both the golf and modeling worlds.

Hailey Ostrom

Hailey Ostrom had posted a slew of Top 10 and Top 5 finishes in her college golf career, but no wins prior to her senior season. Now - after winning the the UCSC Spring Invitational tournament played March 19-20, hosted by UC Santa Cruz in Pacific Grove, Calif. - she has two. She also won during the Fall part of the 2015-16 season.

Ostrom's second college win at the UCSC was by one stroke over her George Fox University teammate teammate Sydney Maluenda.

George Fox University is an NCAA Division III school and one of the top golf programs at that level. The school is in Newberg, Oregon, plays in the Northwest Conference, and its team nickname is the Bruins.

Ostrom is an Oregonian herself, from Bend, Ore., and is in her senior season.

We mentioned she's previously had many high tournament finishes. As a freshman she had two Top 10s and one Top 5. As a sophomore, five Top 10s and two Top 5s. And as a junior five Top 10s. And now, she's on win No. 2.

You can follow Haley on Instagram or on Twitter.

Mi Hyang Lee Ties LPGA's 9-Hole Scoring Record

Wow, talk about a hot start: Mi Hyang Lee just tied the LPGA Tour's 9-hole scoring record over the first nine holes of her first round in the LPGA Founders Cup.

That record is 27 strokes, and Lee is the fifth golfer in LPGA history to do it. The other four are Amy Yang, Paula Creamer, I.K. Kim and Jimin Kang. Kang was the first, in 2005.

Lee, starting on the 10th hole, opened with a birdie and then an eagle. On the 12th hole (her third), she made her only par of the nine. She then reeled off six consecutive birdies to shoot 27, 9-under par on the par-36 nine.

Good work if you can get it!

You can keep track at the Founders Cup leaderboard.

Su-Ann Heng

Sometimes, a pro golfer has to make a decision to give up on chasing the dream of tour millions. And then comes the question: What next?

For Su-Ann Heng, the answer is: Plenty. Su-Ann retired from the life of a tour pro but today is just as immersed in golf as ever as an instructor and a broadcaster.

Heng, a native of Singapore and graduate of Singapore Management University, turned pro in 2011 after many years as part of the Singapore National Team.

She chose Orlando, Fla., as her U.S. base while pursuing the tour life. She spent several seasons playing on the Symetra Tour, the Suncoast Series, and also playing in Australia on the ALPG circuit.

Her life started heading in a new direction, though, when Su-Ann was invited to join the Singapore-based Fox Sports Asia team for a broadcast of the HSBC Champions tournament a couple years ago. As one of only a handful of female golf pros in Singapore, she was a natural choice.

And she was good at it. And she enjoyed it.

Today, Su-Ann is the main analyst for all golf broadcasts on Fox Sports Asia. (And Virada Nirapathpongporn, pictured with Su-Ann on the studio set above, is one of her co-presenters.)

Heng is also a golf instructor. She's on the staff at the Phil Brew Golf Academy in Singapore.

She can also play the guitar and sing:

Charley Hull in *That* Dress

What's Charley Hull up to these days? Hitting the clubs. Not just golf clubs! She, like most people her age, enjoys going to for a meal and maybe a drink and a dance. Or two. Here's a photo her friend Summer Stanger shared on Twitter:

And here's another look at Charley in that dress, shared by Charley on Instagram:

They grow up so fast ...

More Charley Hull pics on Golf Babes

Model Golfer (and Newly Victorious) Tisha Alyn Abrea

A photo recently posted to social media by Tisha Alyn Abrea caught our eye, and it's easy to see why:

This was a shot taken on behalf of one of Tisha's sponsors, VYB-X Active Bands. And it reminded me of something I've always thought: Why do golf brands bother hiring professional models? There are so many women in professional golf who'd be great at modeling in apparel catalogs or in any golf company's advertising or website. Hiring pro golfers as your models is also a great way to support women's golf.

Tisha, as is plainly obvious to anyone with eyes, is certainly qualified for modeling gigs. So we checked in with her to see what's happening in that part of her career.

"It's a field I'm trying to branch into and I'm definitely interested in," Abrea told us, speaking of modeling. "Becoming a golf model/fitness model is something I've always wanted to do."

And she has had contact with a modeling agency; Tisha has also talked with fitness companies that have noticed the fitness shots she posts on Instragram (@tishaalyn).

But don't get the idea that modeling has surpassed golf on Tisha's to-do list. It definitely hasn't.

Abrea is now in her first full year as a professional golfer (she turned pro after graduating from Cal State Fullerton last year).

So how is 2016 going so far?

"I've played in four mini-tour events this year and came Top 5 in all of them," Tisha told us. "I came 2nd in my first one, which was a good start to the year."

Abrea is playing on the NWGA Tour, which stages tournaments in both California and Florida (the Florida wing used to be called the Suncoast Series). But she'll be heading to Arizona for a couple months playing on the Cactus Tour next. That will serve as her prep for a run at Q-School later in the year.

Postscript: Tisha's First Pro Win
How about this for timing: As we were preparing to post this piece, Tisha recorded the first victory of her professional golf career. It happened on March 10 in the NWGA tournament at Hidden Valley Golf Club in Norco, Calif. How'd she do it? In style: Abrea shot 70-70-67 and won by 11 strokes.

New Hair Don't Care: Savannah and Sharmila

Two gorgeous golf babes, two new hairstyles today from Savannah Vilaubi and Sharmila Nicollet. Savannah went curly and Sharmila went straight.