A lot of sports fans probably began Googling the name Carly Booth on Tuesday when ESPN The Magazine's "Body Issue" was released and the golfer's pictorial was released.
Booth is 22 and is from Scotland. She turned pro at age 17 in 2009, then became the youngest player to ever qualify for the Ladies European Tour.
Last year, Booth finally broke through for her first professional win in May at the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open. A month later, she won the Deutsche Bank Ladies Swiss Open.
Booth hasn't won in 2013. In fact, she's missed the cut in seven of nine LET starts. But she did make her U.S. Women's Open debut, missing the cut at Sebonack. She's ranked 178th in the latest Rolex Rankings.
The Scot is a Nike Golf staffer and, unfortunately for a lot of guys, is dating European Tour player Tano Goya. They celebrated their one-year anniversary together in April.
But you can see Booth jump out of an airplane to raise money for her brother Paul, who has qualified for the Special Olympics World Games in powerlifting.