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Learn from Beauty Queen - and Golf Pro! - Meredith Kirk

The above video was posted by golf teaching professional Meredith Kirk on her Facebook page. It's a tip on "commonly overlooked golf fundamentals and the secret to creating the shot of your dreams."

You might recall from our previous post about Meredith that not only is she a golf pro, not only does she run an organization that encourages and enables junior golf, she is also the reigning Mrs. South Carolina. And she recently competed in the Mrs. America pageant.

The above video was shot at Pawleys Plantation. Hopefully Meredith will be sharing more tips with us in the future.

You can keep up with Meredith by liking her Facebook page, or by following her on Twitter (where in addition to golf-related tweets she sometimes posts photos such as the one on the left).

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