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Maiya Tanaka

Maiya Tanaka recently said on Twitter (@MAIYAgolf), "I love my Japanese culture!" And her Japanese culture loves this California girl: Here are a couple screenshots of pages from a Japanese golf magazine called Waggle:


Former Big Break cast member (and Amazing Race cast member) Maiya is featured in the November issue of the magazine. Which can be found in some US markets - if your city has a Japanese grocer (and is a big golf town), you might find it. And if you can read Japanese, you'll get some good golf tips from Maiya.

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