People were amazed when she decided to pose naked for Sports Illustrated in a bikini and swimsuit. She likes to show off her body and she had also some of her pictures posted on ESPN the Magazine.
Even if she may not be playing all the times, she spends more time in a gym.
She mainly plays for the LPGA tour but she is always playing in Ladies European Tour.
"I am so sorry for not thinking about the bigger picture," she wrote in the aftermath of the tournament, which the United States won after coming back on the final day from 10-6 down. team will forgive me and know that I have learned a valuable lesson about what is truly important in this great game of golf which has given me so much in my life. This week I want to push forward toward another opportunity to earn the Solheim Cup back for Europe in the right way.
"I've never felt more gutted and truly sad about what went down Sunday on the 17th at the Solheim Cup," it read. team, you guys have a great leader in Juli, who I've always looked up to and respect so much. "To the fans of golf who watched the competition on TV, I am sorry for the way I carried myself.
"I am so sorry for not thinking about the bigger picture in the heat of the battle and competition. Knowing I need to make things "right," I had a face to face chat with her before leaving Germany this morning to tell her in person how I really feel about all of this. I can be so much better and being an ambassador for this great game means a lot to me.
Suzann Pettersen has apologised for her actions which sparked a major row at the Solheim Cup.
The 34-year-old Norwegian was portrayed in a villainous light by the United States team after a controversial incident on the 17th hole of the fourball match she and Charley Hull were contesting against Brittany Lincicome and Alison Lee.
A report published in Norwegian tabloid Verdens Gang stated that she had known the president for more than 10 years and had played multiple rounds of golf with him.