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Aussie Calendar: Danielle Montgomery

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We ran a photo of Danielle Montgomery last week - the one in which she's submerged in a bathtub full of golf balls - but didn't tell you anything about her. So we'll correct that oversight today.

This is Danielle's photo from the 2009 Australian Women of Professional Golf Calendar, which benefits the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

Danielle's amateur career got started in Australia, but she was born in England and has dual citizenship. That's why she was able to compete as a member of the England Women's Golf Association national teams in 2006 and 2007.

She turned pro in 2007 and played on the ALPG circuit, with two Top 10 finishes. Danielle also plays on the Ladies Asian Golf Tour, where she finished second earlier this year at the Binhai Open in China. Danielle is currently going through the long Q-School process of the LPGA of Japan, attempting to qualify for that tour's 2009 schedule.

Her sister, Nicole, also plays on the ALPG and LAGT circuits.

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