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Marousa Polias and Como!Come!

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Golf Babes readers are well-acquainted with our friend Marousa Polias (see previous posts about Marousa). Marousa is an Aussie golfer who plays on the Australian Ladies Golf Tour and the Ladies European Tour.

But most folks out there probably have no idea who, or what, Como!Come! means. Unless you are familiar with Japanese golf products. But that will be changing soon, because Como!Come! - a Japanese brand of, in Marousa's words, "cute, cute golf accessories" - has launched an English-language version of its Web site to make its products available worldwide.

And Como!Come! is now sponsoring Marousa, too. But you probably could have guessed that from the photo! Como!Come! makes, among other things, golf bags, headcovers, shirts, sweaters, and something they call "baby tails" (you'll have to explore the Web site to figure that one out).

We're always happy when young female professionals pick up a new sponsor, especially in this economy, so good for Marousa. Check out the Como!Come! English-language site here.

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