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Beatriz Recari

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We're into the second half of 2009 now, and that means there are quite a few golfers out there looking toward LPGA Q-School. One such golfer is Beatriz Recari.

"Going to the U.S. is an exciting challenge, one more step toward my goal to play against some of the best players in the world," Beatriz said.

Bea is entered in the first-stage LPGA qualifier in California for late September. A native of Spain, she's been a member of the Ladies European Tour for three years, but is still just 22 years old.

Bea's amateur career included wins in the Spanish and French amateur championships, plus a spot on the European Junior Solheim Cup team.

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