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Sara Brown, Big Break Sandals Resorts

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(Courtesy of Golf Channel)


Day 8 of our series on the Big Break Sandals Resorts cast members brings us to Sara "No H" Brown.

Sara Brown, a native Arizonan, went to college at Michigan State University. She was a four-time winner at MSU, the three-time low amateur in the Michigan Women's Open, and won her school's female athlete of the year award twice.

She turned pro in 2008 and joined the Duramed Futures Tour. In 11 starts that year, Sara made eight cuts and had a best finish of third, and despite the short schedule managed to finish 22nd on the money list.

She made nine of 15 cuts on the Futures Tour in 2009 and is playing the Futures Tour in 2010, as well.

Here's what the Golf Channel said about her in its cast announcement:

Sara Brown (24, Tucson, Ariz.) – After a successful collegiate career at Michigan State University and a stellar rookie season on the Duramed FUTURES Tour, Brown endured a “sophomore slump” in 2009, to the point where her usual smile turned to frustration, nearly causing her to quit the game. Refreshed and energized after a winter hiatus, Brown has her eyes set on winning Big Break Sandals Resorts.


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