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Fany Schaeffer

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Fany Schaeffer is a Frenchwoman, born in the Reunion Islands, who plays on the Ladies European Tour. (Her sister Jade will be a rookie on the LET this year.)

Fany played collegiately at the University of South Florida and was All-American in 2003 before turning pro later that year. She has three Top 10 finishes on the LET and her best season so far was 2005 when she was 70th on the money list. See her LET profile for stats.

The photo below makes me wonder how well Fany knows Sarah Kemp:

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Thanks to photographer Patrick Micheletti for these images. Patrick is a great photographer who shoots many events in Europe, America and other destinations around the world. You can find more photos of Fany - and likely soon pics of her sister Jade, too - at Patrick's Sexy Golf collection on pbase.

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