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Tina Miller

This beautiful young woman and accomplished golf professional is Tina Miller.

Tina won seven collegiate tournaments while at the University of Miami, where 2005 was a big year for her: she was in Sports Illustrated, won a Golf World Player of the Week citation, and was the school's Female Athlete of the Year. She also made the All-ACC team.

She's played in seven USGA Championships, including the 2004 and '05 U.S. Women's Open, and counts Christie Kerr as a practice partner and friend.

Miller turned pro in August of last year and spent this year on the Futures Tour, where she finished as the top American rookie.

Tina is spending her time these days working hard on her game in preparation for the final stage of LPGA Q-School. She says her goals are "to get my LPGA card and never go back to Q-School ... (and) to one day be a top-ten girl out on the LPGA Tour."

Tina, we'll be cheering for you at Q-School - can't wait to see you on the big stage!

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