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Bea Recari Wins Mojo6 Vote

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Bea Recari is the winner of the Mojo6 voting and will be the 16th and last player in the field, according to a Golf Babes source. The Mojo6 organizers have not yet announced the vote totals, but the announcement of Recari's win is expected soon (perhaps today).

Multiple players including Anna Rawson, Vicky Hurst and Sandra Gal competed, through marketing and PR campaigns, for golfers' votes to get into the Mojo6 field. Fifteen players were named to the field, and golfers voted to determine the final player.

Recari used YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, her own Web site, and interviews with many golf blogs and media members to urge her fans to vote. And Recari's fans came through for her.

Now the LET winner and LPGA rookie will be in Jamaica April 15-16 playing in the Mojo6. Congratulations Bea!

Update: It's now official.

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