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Stina Sternberg

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I think Stina Sternberg would look great in any type of hat ...

Stina, of course, is an editor with Golf For Women magazine whose articles also appear in Golf Digest and many other publications. She also has a lot of TV time, both as a segment host and as a show host, most notably as host of "Golf With Style" on The Golf Channel; and currently as a judge on TGC's "Fore Inventors Only."

A good friend of Annika Sorenstam's, Stina is from Sweden. She got into the golf business at age 14 as a part-time club repairer at a pro shop. Sternberg was later a member of the PGA of Sweden teaching division. She got into television working for Swedish TV in the early 1990s, then moved to the States and began reporting from New York from Swedish television.

Before entering the publishing industry in 1999, Stina was owner and head pro at two pro shops, one in Gothenburg, Sweden, and one in Westport, Conn.

You'll probably enjoy this YouTube clip of her, too. Try to focus on the clubs. We dare you.

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