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Amy Lepard Rocks

amy lepard - chad campbell
Amy Lepard had been a hot subject at Golf Babes since the Ryder Cup, when some of the British tabloids remarked in articles about her, well, babe-ness. What does Amy Lepard have to do with the Ryder Cup? For those of you who don't know, she's married to PGA Tour winner Chad Campbell.

What does Amy do? She's a songstress with a burgeoning career in music. You can visit her Web site, www.amylepard.com, to hear some of her music. Scroll to the bottom of the home page, then click a song title to get a listen.

That Web site is undergoing some renovations right now, but I'm told there will soon be some new pics posted. In the meantime, for updates about Amy, you can also check out her myspace site, www.myspace.com/amylepardmusic. Her album, "On My Own," was released in 2005 and you can find it on Amazon.com.

I asked Amy if she plays golf herself. "Yes," she replied, "but only until I find the cold beer."

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