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2010 World Ladies Calendar

Yesterday we told you about the 2010 Paula Creamer calendar published in Japan; today it's the Golf Digest Japan 2010 World Ladies Golf Calendar. Every year GDJ selects three or four golfers to feature in its calendar. This year, three golfers are pictured in the calendar. Those three are:

Danielle Bowers
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Danielle Bowers - you may know her better by her maiden name, Danielle Montgomery - is an Australian golfer who plays on the ALPG Tour. She took part in a better-known calendar a year ago, when she recreated Jan Stephenson's famous bathtub photo for the Australian Women of Professional Golf calendar.

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Lauren Espinosa
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Lauren Espinosa played collegiately at the University of Arizona, turned pro in 2006, and has played in about 15 Duramed Futures Tour tournaments since then.

Lindsay Senger
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Lindsey Senger played collegiately at the University of Colorado and is now on the staff at Colorado National Golf Club.

If you can read Japanese, you can learn more about the 2010 World Ladies Golf Calendar here.


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