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May Wood

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The statuesque (she's 6-foot-2) May Wood played collegiately at Vanderbilt and turned pro in 2004. She was a rookie on the LPGA Tour in 2006, with non-exempt status. Not sure where she's playing this year - she's not listed on the player roster for the LPGA or the Futures Tour.

Her favorite number is 3. Wonder if that has anything to do with birdies on par-4s?

Update: Here's an update on May's status this year, from her Web site:

Hello to all. I am writing to send you an update on my status for this year and to say thank you for all of your concerns and inquisitions into my career. I regret to say that I will be on the "Disabled List" for the majority of the season due to a much needed wrist surgery in January. The doctor told me the recovery time will be 4-6 months, and I am doing everything I can to be back in the fairway as soon as possible. I will be playing as many Futures events as recovery permits. Thanks again for all of your concerns!

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