Camille Chevalier's 1st Pro Win: 2017 Hero Women's Indian Open

Camille Chevalier is a winner on the Ladies European Tour. The young French golfer earned pro victory No. 1 at the 2017 Hero Women's Indian Open by shooting the low score of the day in the final round - and by birdying the final two holes.

Chevalier closed with a 67 to catch and pass second-round leader Michele Thomson (71) and win by one stroke. Chevalier carded rounds of 68, 69 and 67 in the tournament, finishing at 12-under 204. It was only her 13th start on the Ladies European Tour since she turned pro. Her previous best finish was a tie for 16th at the Lacoste Ladies Open De France a few weeks ago.

Going into the tournament, Chevalier was 17th on the LET's Order of Merit and ranked No. 547 in the Rolex Rankings. She'll make impressive jumps on both lists after this victory.

Born in Marseille in 1993, Camille played NCAA golf at Indiana University. She ended her career as a Hoosier with the fifth-best scoring average in school history and the 73.61 average she posted in her senior season (2015-16) is the school record. As an amateur golfer, her biggest wins were at the 2015 French Amateur Championship and 2015 Biarritz Cup.

(Bottom photo by Tristan Jones/Ladies European Tour; top two via instagram.com/camchevalier)

Michelle Wie in the 2018 Nike Catalog

Nike, alas, has pulled out of the golf club market. But the company is still swooshing along in the apparel market, and Michelle Wie is still one of the company's endorsers.

And if you have a deal with someone as sexy as Wiezy, you ask her to do some modeling for you. Nike's 2018 golf apparel catalog includes multiple new shots of Wie, such as these:

And for bonus points, here are couple previous Nike modeling shots of Michelle:

Esther Lee's First Pro Win Comes in Second Start

Esther Lee finished her collegiate career at the University of Colorado just a couple months ago. But she didn't have to wait long after turning pro to earn her first winner's check: Esther won in just her second start as a professional golfer.

That tournament was the Long Beach Women's Open, part of the Cactus Tour schedule, that concluded on Aug. 3. Lee carded rounds of 73, 69 and 67 to finish at 7-under 209 and claim the win by a single stroke. It was a birdie on the second-to-last hole that provided that winning stroke.

Esther told us she "thought that playing the Cactus Tour events in California would be a good mental refresher before diving into Q-School."

Her first tournament as a pro happened a week before she won at the Cactus Tour's Mission Hills tournament. And she finished fourth in that event with a 3-under final score.

"Playing well in the first tournaments since college is definitely a confidence booster," Esther said, "and I'm just ready to play through Q-School and get my card."

Playing well in the Mission Hills tour event should carry its own confidence boost for Lee, apart from the good finish, because that's where LPGA Q-School begins. Esther, and hundreds of other LPGA hopefuls, tee off in the Stage I qualifier Aug. 24-27. It's doubtful any others in the field will go into it as hot as Esther, though.

(Photos: instagram/estarr18)

Hyunju Yoo (Hyeonjoo Ryu): Newest Glamour Girl of the KLPGA

First, let's clear up why we've listed two names for this golfer in the headline. When she first came on the scene, she (and everyone else) spelled her name "Hyeonjoo Ryu." But recently on social media, she started spelling it "Hyunju Yoo." And we figure she knows better than anyone how to translate the Korean spelling of her name into an English spelling. (The KLPGA now uses that spelling, too.)

So who is Hyunju Yoo? She's the newest glamour girl on the KLPGA (Korean LPGA Tour). In 2016, SeoulSisters.com wrote, "Speaking of turning heads, Hyeonjoo Ryu was a new photographers’ favorite in 2016."

A few months ago, we saw Yoo referred to as "fast becoming a media darling" in Korea, where she has started gracing magazine covers and taking part in more photoshoots with sponsors and fashion outlets.

Hyunju hasn't yet won on the KLPGA. She's held the lead in a few tournaments, but so far in 2017 has a top finish of 25th. In 2016 her top finish was 11th place.

Yoo was born in 1994 and first appeared in a KLPGA tournament in 2011 when she was 17 years old.

Scottish Open Win for Mi Hyang Lee

It seems like Mi Hyang Lee has been on the cusp of an LPGA breakout for many years now, but she's still only 24. And after the 2017 Ladies Scottish Open, she now how twice as many LPGA wins as she had before.

Lee won the Scottish Open by one stroke over runners-up M.J. Hur and Karrie Webb. She earned it - her second career victory on the LPGA - by shooting 31 on the front nine, the parring every back-nine hole until a birdie on the last. Lee finished at 6-under 282.

Mi Hyang, who lives in South Carolina now, got her first LPGA win back in 2014, a playoff win at the Mizuno Classic.

Blair O'Neal, Paige Spiranac Top 15 at Celebrity Major

The American Century Celebrity Golf Championship is the best-known celebrity golf tournament going. It even gets network television coverage on NBC Sports.

And in 2017, two Golf Babes faves - Blair O'Neal and Paige Spiranac - posted Top 15 finishes. To be specific, O'Neal tied for 12th place and Spiranac finished 14th.

Paige shot one of the best final round scores, a 71, to move up the leaderboard on the last day.

If you're wondering, Blair and Paige played from the men's tees, same as everyone else in the field. So their scores of 75-74-77 for Blair and 76-80-71 for Paige are more impressive than at first glance.

As Spiranac put it in a Facebook post:

"Finished top 15 in my first American Century Championship! Not too bad since I was playing from the same tees as the boys haha"

Not too bad at all.

O'Neal has played the American Century Celebrity Golf Championship before, but this was Spiranac's first time. Hopefully we'll see them both again next year.