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Beatriz Recari

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Beatriz Recari is from Spain. Pamplona to be exact. And when you're from a city that sets bulls loose to run through its streets, how scary can a 3-foot, downhill, left-to-right-breaking putt be?

Bea is a member of the Ladies European Tour, but she's eyeing a spot on the LPGA in 2009. Recari played in the LPGA Qualifying Tournament sectional in Florida last week and finished tied for second after rounds of 69-69-71-71.

And that means she'll be playing in the LPGA Q-School finals Dec. 3-7 in Daytona Beach, Fla.

Check out Bea's Web site.

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