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Australian Golf Calendar: Dana Lacey


This is Dana Lacey, who may be the best-known (outside of Australia) golfer featured in the "Top Shots" calendar. That's because she was a cast member on "The Big Break V: Hawaii." You can see her "Big Break" profile here; her ALPG profile here; and her Futures Tour profile here.

And you can also check out Dana's own Web site.

The "Top Shots: Women of Professional Golf 2006 Calendar" can be purchased at http://www.womensgolfcalendar.com/. Some of the proceeds benefit breast cancer support and others benefit a scholarship fund for the ALPG.

New Ways to Buy Calendar
There are a couple new ways to buy the "Top Shots" calendar, both of which make it easier for Americans who would like to purchase. Remember, a portion of the proceeds from the sale of this calendar support breast cancer awareness and care, so your purchase will be benefiting a very good and worthy cause.

You can now buy the calendar online at It's Already Signed 4 U or Bunkershot.com.

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