Well, she may not be the No. 1 golfer, but girl sure looks good!
Paulina Gretzky, daughter of hockey legend Wayne, covers Golf Digest this month and while the blond beauty undoubtedly looks gorgeous as she poses in skintight capris and skimpy white sports bra, the accompanying article posted on the publication's website doesn't exactly shed a positive light on her golf skills.
"What's Paulina Gretzky doing on the cover of Golf Digest?" the article's title reads. Well, for starters, she's looking hot, but we think that's fairly obvious.
Author Sam Weinman goes on to say that the fiancée of PGA Tour star Dustin Johnson has yet to earn her tour card and her golf swing is less than ideal, but she is still a certified celebrity in the golf world who "seemed like a natural cover subject" for the annual second issue devoted to fitness.
"Sports figures, celebrities and models have appeared on Golf Digest covers since the magazine's beginning," Golf Digest Editor-in-Chief Jerry Tarde said. "Paulina ranks at the high end of the golf celebrity scene today, and she has a compelling story to tell. She also might get some new people interested in the game."
Gretzky will demonstrate six golf improvement exercises in the May issue while also posing for a variety of sexy shots.
"The first swing I took in my dad's tournament, I whiffed it in front of 30 people," the blond beauty says of her introduction to golf. "It was probably the best thing that ever happened to me because I'm really competitive like my mom and dad, and it made me want to keep trying."
As for how she maintains that hot bod despite her busy schedule?
"Lately, I've been constantly on the go, so I don't get to run much anymore. Now I'm doing workout videos every day. If you don't want to go the gym and would rather work out alone, all you have to do is find a workout on YouTube," she said.
"I was blessed with incredible genes," she admitted. "Look at my parents! But it's really 70-percent diet and 30-percent working out. It's all about fitting in some exercise wherever you are."
Talk about a little light reading for the locker room!