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Need a Stocking Stuffer? Charlotte Campbell's Blingo Ballmarks

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Is your Christmas shopping done? Or are you still hunting for something unique for your golfin' honey? Charlotte Campbell might have an answer for you.

Charlotte had a great collegiate golf career and has been playing professionally since 2006. She was the winner, along with brother Rob, of the Golf Channel's Highway 18. But she also has a side business that has grown into something good - Blingo Ballmarks.

blingo solheim cupYes, that's Natalie Gulbis to the left sporting Blingo. Charlotte got to work with American Solheim Cup captain Beth Daniel custom-designing some Blingo ballmarks for the U.S. team.

She can even custom-design one for you (depending on what design you want, of course - not all requested designs are feasible when working with Swarovsky crystal).

A sampling of the "regular" assortment of Blingo ballmarks is in the photo below. So long as you place an order by Dec. 19, Charlotte should be able to get your Blingo to you by Christmas. Plus, there's a 10-percent-off holiday sale ongoing now.

charlotte campbell blingo

Visit the Blingo Web site for more info, including ordering instructions.

Charlotte is also working with a new, online subscription-based golf "magazine" called Golf Pro Girls. Charlotte serves as a video host and interviewer for video clips in which the Golf Pro Girls visit top instructors, top courses and resorts, go over rules situations, and more.


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