Natalie Gulbis first gained widespread notice when she released a swimsuit calendar back in 2004. This photo galleries includes some of Gulbis&#39; calendar shots, along with photos of her all dressed up for public appearances, plus other &#34;glamour&#34; poses.Looking for details about Gulbis&#39; career achievements? This biographical profile focuses on her golf career but includes some personal details as well.In addition to the &#34;glamour shots&#34; gallery mentioned above, we also have photo galleries of Natalie Gulbis on the golf course. On this page, you&#39;ll find those galleries indexed. Click to view photos of Gulbis&#39; swing and other on-course images.<p>Yes, it&#39;s true, the original Natalie Gulbis swimsuit calendar was banned by the USGA, in a manner of speaking.<br/><br/>The calendar was released in 2004 and covered the 2005 calendar year. It featured &#34;glamour shots&#34; of Gulbis, including multiple photos of her in swimsuits. According to Gulbis, the USGA ordered &#34;six or seven&#34; cases of the calendar with plans to offer it in merchandising tents during the 2004 U.S. Women&#39;s Open. After all, Gulbis&#39; 2003-for-2004 calendar - which featured only on-course golf shots - had sold out quickly.<br/><br/>But when USGA officials opened those cases and saw that the calendar included some sexy shots of the golfer, they decided to withdraw it from sale during the Women&#39;s Open.<br/><br/>The USGA&#39;s decision against selling it, however, didn&#39;t prevent the calendar from setting sales records. The calendar - and the attention it got - helped turn Gulbis into a major star on the LPGA tour.<br/><br/>Want to see some of the swimsuit pics from the calendar? Of course you do! Go to the <a href="https://www.thoughtco.com/natalie-gulbis-glamour-shots-4051562" data-component="link" data-source="inlineLink" data-type="internalLink" data-ordinal="1">Natalie Gulbis Glamour Shots</a> photo gallery, which includes several images from that original calendar.</p>Natalie Gulbis&#39; commitment to golf could not be questioned, at least not by anyone who had actually followed her career. She was a dedicated golfer, an intense practicer of the game who was fighting to improve. She was also fighting, for many years, to actually win a tournament.<br/><br/>That first victory finally came on July 29, 2007 at the Evian Masters. Gulbis claimed one of the highest-dollar tournaments on the LPGA Tour. She did it by winning a playoff over Jeong Jang, birdying the first extra hole.<br/><br/>Gulbis was asked in the post-tournament press conference what this first victory means to her. &#34;What does it mean?&#34; she replied. &#34;How long do you have?&#34;<br/><br/>Gulbis was only 22 years old at this point, and it appeared this victory would be the first of many more to come. It hasn&#39;t worked out that way. Back problems cropped up, and while Gulbis remains a solid pro who occasionally gets into contention, she hasn&#39;t yet been able to add win No. 2.