For mothers, the list of to-dos on any given day is about as endless as the growing job titles they seem to collect along the way. Moms are nurses for middle-of-the-night fevers, teachers for evening homework assignments, taxi drivers for shuttling kids between practice and playdates, and—let’s be honest—occasionally hostage negotiators.

And the incredible women balancing motherhood with careers as professional athletes can confidently add travel agent (as well as professional badass!) to their job descriptions.

Lately, the LPGA Tour has been experiencing what some may consider a baby-boom, with lots of little ones born in the last couple of years and even more still on the way.

Thanks to services like the LPGA Smuckers Child Development Center—a free daycare service available to LPGA players at domestic events—and a growing network of other moms to exchange stories and advice, the young moms on Tour have all the support they need to help put their minds at ease as they tee-it-up each week.

So, in honor of these ultimate golf-moms, we’re highlighting stories of the LPGA players currently balancing life as a Tour Pro and life as a full-time mom.

Laura Diaz

After her 9th season on the LPGA, Laura gave up full-time competition on Tour to focus on being a full-time mom.

“I’m at a point in my life where I don’t want to play 20 to 25 tournaments a year and be on the road,” Diaz says.

The mother of two still finds time to compete in select events between coaching her son’s JV golf team and volunteer coaching at Wake Forest University. Last year she brought along her 13-year-old son, Cooper, to caddie for her in his first LPGA event. Diaz ended up carding her lowest round in four years, crediting his presence for her 5-under-par round.

Karine Icher

For the French golfer, the 2019 Tour season will be her first on the road without her children by her side. She and husband, Fred, who caddies for her, and their daughter, Lola, have made a habit of traveling the globe as a family. Eight-year-old Lola is well-traveled and bilingual. She was promoted to big sister last year when the family welcomed baby Maya. While the LPGA’s child care program has been a staple for the Ichers, the children will take a break from travel as Lola heads back to school.