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Anna Rawson Becomes the Face of Parsons Xtreme Golf

Back in 2009 Anna Rawson became a "GoDaddy girl." Who is the man behind GoDaddy.com? Bob Parsons.

Today it was announced that Rawson will be a spokesperson, and one of the public faces, of a new equipment company called Parsons Xtreme Golf. Who is the man behind PXG? Bob Parsons.

"Rawson’s sultry, yet playful personality, paired with her precise golf swing and extensive knowledge of the sport make her an ideal partner," the company's press release says. Can't argue with that.

PXG clubs have been on tour since earlier this year (Ryan Moore and Rocco Mediate play them, for example), but are just now becoming available to consumers. Anna's role will involve representing PXG in the marketing campaign to consumers.

And Parsons himself promises that "our marketing is going to make some noise and shake-up the industry, too."

Anna will be featured in an ad campaign that launches in Summer 2015. Rawson is also making a series of Internet videos offering golf tips and tricks. On Twitter, Anna had this to say:

Fun, and - we'd bet the clubhouse - sexy.

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