50. Crystal Fanning
Career Achievements: Fanning plays on the Australian women’s tour, and has had modest success. Her biggest notoriety probably stems from her appearance in a sexy Australian Golfers Calendar that came out in 2006. You can see her calendar shot in her gallery linked below.
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49. Danielle Montgomery
Career Achievements: Montgomery competed in the Women’s Australian Open in 2007, and aspires to eventually play in the LPGA.
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48. Megan Heckeroth
Career Achievements: Megan played at the University of Oregon, and now plays on the Future’s Tour, hoping to eventually make it to the LPGA.
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47. Claudine Foong
Career Achievements: Played collegiately at Gardner Webb University in North Carolina, and is now playing on the Futures Tour.
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46. Lisa Ann Horst
Career Achievements: Horst is actually not a tour player. She’s a LPGA Class A pro. I’m pretty sure this is every guy’s fantasy when he signs up for lessons at the local country club. She’s also an author of a book called Golf Training: The Secrets to Effective Practice and a Lower Score (Finally!).
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45. Momoko Ueda
Career Achievements: Youngest player in the history of the Japan LPGA Tour (JLPGA) to finish first on the money list. As of 2008 she’s playing in the US on the LPGA Tour, where she finished fifth in her first tournament, the SBS Open at Turtle Bay.
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44. Katie Ruhe
Career Achievements: Was a contestant on “The Big Break V” on The Golf Channel (you’ll find this to be a common theme on this list, as “The Big Break” tends to pick players based on their appearance every bit as much as their golfing ability). Played for the University of South Florida and now works for the Florida State Golf Association.
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43. Grace Park
Nationality: South Korean
Career Achievements: Park was a top amateur in the United States, winning Rolex Junior Player of the Year in 1994 and 1996. She moved from that to the Futures Tour, where she utterly dominated, before moving on to the LPGA Tour. She’s won six tournaments since moving to the LPGA.
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42. Beatriz Recari
Career Achievements: Plays on the Ladies European Tour currently, following an outstanding junior career that saw her win multiple national amateur championships.
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41. Florence Luscher
Career Achievements: Like Recari, Luscher also plays on the Ladies European Tour, making the jump this year.
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