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Anna Grzebien

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This photo of Anna Grzebien is another from her Wilhelmina 7 portfolio. The W7, you'll recall, is a group of seven LPGA players represented by the prestigious Wilhelmina Artist Management group.

Anna's rookie season on the LPGA Tour in 2008 wasn't quite as good as she would have hoped for, partly because her non-exempt status allowed Anna to play in only 15 tournaments, and many weeks she wouldn't know until the last minute whether she was getting into the field.

So she took care of that problem at Q-School last week. Grzebien finished third in the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament, earning full playing privileges for 2009. Anna closed the pressure-packed event with a 65, easily the best round of the day.

Look for the former Duke All-American to have a much higher profile on tour next season.

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