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Bri Vega

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Bri Vega in "Big Break 7" is the best thing to happen to the "Big Break" series since, well, Bri Vega in "Big Break 6."

Bri was the winner of "Big Break 6," of course. And one of the things she earned by winning that competition is a full-time season on the Futures Tour in 2007, minus the headaches of finding money for travel expenses. Bri has played 35 events on the Futures Tour in the past with a high finish of fourth.

Bri played collegiately at North Carolina State, where she was the team's 2-time MVP, and won the 2004 Massachusetts State Amateur before turning pro.

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