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Watch Christy Yun's 'Hot' Tip

A few days ago we told you about the Golf Digest video series called "The Sexiest Shots in Golf," and which features Anna Rawson and Blair O'Neal. Today, let's take a look at Golf magazine's own video series called "Hot Tip from a Hot Golfer."

The folks at Golf.com have been posting these videos for several months now, both on Golf.com and also on YouTube. And one of the hot golfers providing Golf.com's hot tips is Christy Yun. Here is Christy with a putting tip:

One thing you'll learn very quickly about Christy is that she loves a good hat.

Christy is a great choice for this series, for both the obvious reasons (Golf.com has also featured her in its Most Beautiful Women in Golf slideshows) and for this: She's a real, live golf instructor. She's a tournament player, too, a tour pro. Yun has won the Washington state championship and played collegiately at Columbia University. After turning pro she gained status on the Symetra Tour.

But lately she's focused more on building a career as a teaching professional. She's based in the greater Dallas area - Christy is a pro at Gleaneagles Country Club in Plano - but she also travels for clinics around the country. So keep an eye out for Christy Yun in your neighborhood, and watch for more video tips.

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