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Win McMurry

(Photos courtesy of Birdy & Grace, used with permission)

Win McMurry is best-known for her role on the Golf Channel. But she's also a "golf industry ambassador" for the women's apparel company Birdy & Grace.

Birdy & Grace founder Sharon Sunoo says this of the brand's collections:

"Golf clothes for her should be an effortless balance between practicality and femininity while keeping the spirit of timeless style alive…clean lines, powerful use of color, pattern and texture, super fit and tasteful detailing."

And Win adds, "I love the femininity that Birdy & Grace brings to the game of golf. When you put on one of their ultra-soft, figure-flattering polos you instantly feel beautiful. As the saying goes - when you look pretty, you feel pretty, you play pretty."

I'm not sure if that really is a saying, but coming from Win, we'll go along with it. The photo below shows McMurry modeling a top from the Birdy & Grace Spring 2013 collection, the Jamie Camp Polo in gloss. You can find more info about the collection (and photos of Win modeling it) at the Birdy & Grace website.

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