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Chris Brady

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Chris Brady is much smarter than me. She graduated from Vanderbilt in 2007 with degrees in civil engineering AND economics. Meanwhile, I can't even remember to put the seat down for my wife. But I digress ...

Chris has non-exempt status on the LPGA Tour in 2008, her rookie season. That status has gotten her into just four LPGA events thus far, but she's made the cut in two of them.

She took up golf at age 2, and must have started tennis around that time, too, because by age 12 she was a two-time Georgia state tennis champion in her age bracket. In addition to golf and tennis, Chris was recruited to play college basketball, and her LPGA bio says her hobbies include "slalom skiing, tennis, basketball, track, jetskiing, snowboarding and watching baseball." Makes me tired just reading it.

In golf, Chris won the 2000 North Carolina high school championship, the 2002 North Carolina Women's Amateur, was a 5-time winner in college and a 3-time All-SEC selection.

Chris turned pro in 2007, and when not competing on the LPGA can also be seen on the Futures Tour.

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