W Wants To Know: Natalie Gulbis

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Natalie Gulbis would love to trade in her golf clubs for a surfboard on occasion.

espnW poses five questions to some of our favorite athletes. This week, Natalie Gulbis opens up as she hits the course for the LPGA Championship.

What do you need to do to consider your day complete? Journaling. I have such a full life and get to travel the world and do so many cool things. I want to record and save all the memories from travels and life.

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A snake in a sand trap would be a double whammy for Natalie Gulbis.

What’s one thing you will never do? Own a snake. I'm so afraid to see them or even look at them. If they are on TV, I have to cover my eyes. When I see them on a golf course -- ugh! -- it's the worst!

What song best describes your life? “Life Is a Highway” by Rascal Flatts. My dad and I used to drive to events, even cross-country a few times. I have been traveling and on the road for 18 years. And it's always a new experience and so much fun

What is the one thing you really want to do off the field? See my Boys & Girls Club in Las Vegas be successful. My greatest professional achievement is that club, and I want the members to really benefit. If we’re talking for fun, I want to learn to surf. I love the ocean, love to paddleboard, kayak and to be near the beach. But I still don't know how to surf.

What is your biggest weakness? I miss special events and occasions with my family and friends. I am usually traveling and on the road. And they understand, but I know they are hurt when I am absent for birthdays and holidays.