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Kristie Smith Tees Off 2013

(Photos courtesy of Kristie Smith)

Kristie Smith is welcoming a new season of golf with a new photoshoot. (And the photo above is reminiscent of Kristie's pose for the 2009 Australian Women of Professional Golf Calendar that benefited charity.)

Kristie has wins on the Ladies European Tour, Futures Tour and ALPG Tour so far in her young career. And those are the three tours we'll be seeing her on in 2013, starting with the ALPG.

The 2013 ALPG season tees off on Jan. 14. There are four tournaments in January, but the biggest events in the ANZ region come in February, with the Australian Ladies Masters, New Zealand Women's Open and Women's Australian Open.

The New Zealand Women's Open represents one of Kristie's biggest wins. Smith took that title in 2011, when the event was cosponsored by the LET and ALPG.

Follow Kristie on Twitter: @nikegolfchick

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