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Big Break Mexico: Liebelei Lawrence

Photo Credit: Mark Ashman/Golf Channel

Liebelei Lawrence is one of the contestants on Big Break Mexico, which debuts May 13 on Golf Channel. She's also a golfer who has had fully exempt status on a major world tour; in Liebelei's case, the Ladies European Tour.

In 2011, she played 15 LET tournaments with four Top 30 finishes, but had to go back to Q-School. She regained her card for 2012 and had two Top 30 finishes. In 2013, she has partial status on the LET and so far has gotten into two tournaments.

Liebelei is a child of the world: She has citizenship in three countries. Born in Greece to a Greek mother and American father, she spent most of her childhood in Luxembourg. So she has citizenship with Greece, the USA and Luxembourg. She also speaks five languages (and, as she notes in the biographical video below, is working on No. 6.)

As a teen she attended the Leadbetter Academy in Florida, then played collegiately at Vanderbilt.

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