Hottest players on the LPGA Tour

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Beatriz Recari Recari is a 22-year-old rookie on the LPGA Tour. She earned her first career win at the CVS/pharmacy LPGA Challenge. More on Recari: The Spain Event: Recari Q&A
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Recari finished tied for 46th in her first LPGA event, the 2010 Kia Classic.
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Natalie Gulbis Height: 5'9" Birthplace: Sacramento, CA Career Victories: 1 Natalie Gulbis shed the Anna Kournikova comparisons last year when she finally scored a W on the LPGA Tour at the Evian Masters. More on Gulbis: • Interview: Text | Video • Swing sequence • Photos: Her career • Photos: Behind the scenes
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Natalie Gulbis's calendars have been a hit for years, and she happily autographs them for fans at shows throughout the country.
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Paula Creamer Height: 5'9" Birthplace: Mountain View, California Career Victories: 6 Creamer won her first tournament before she even graduated high school, and has already won twice this season — at the Fields Open and the SemGroup Championship.
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Paula Creamer, known as the Pink Panther, is still looking to win her first LPGA major.
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Morgan Pressel Height: 5'5" Birthplace: Boca Raton, Fla. Career Victories: 1 Pressel became the youngest player to win an LPGA major championship at 18 years of age in 2007 when she won the Kraft Nabisco Championship.
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Morgan Pressel had the sixth-best scoring average on the LPGA Tour in 2007.
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Angela Park Height: 5'5" Birthplace: Brazil Best finish: T2 at U.S. Women's Open (2007) If Park's performance in her first year on Tour was any indication, the 2007 Rookie of the Year has a great career ahead of her.
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Lorena Ochoa Height: 5'6" Birthplace: Mexico Career Victories: 22 What's not to love about the LPGA's No. 1 player? She's already racked up five victories this season and was recently named one of Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People
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Suzann Pettersen Height: 5'7" Birthplace: Norway Career Victories: 5 Plagued with injuries, Pettersen hadn't won since 2001 before making a huge comeback in 2007. She won her first major at the LPGA Championship and also defeated Ochoa in a playoff at the Longs Drugs Championship.
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Suzann Pettersen is one of the longest hitters on the LPGA Tour.
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Michelle Wie Height: 6'1" Birthplace: Honolulu, Hawaii Okay, so she doesn't technically have her LPGA Tour card, yet. But she's finally turned 18, has played in 13 events against the men and has withdrawn from Stanford University to focus on golf full time. It's only a matter of time before she starts making waves on the LPGA Tour.
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Anna Rawson Height: 5'10" Birthplace: Australia Best finish: 2nd on the Ladies European Tour This model/golfer has conditional status on the LPGA Tour after finishing 18th at Qualifying School. Rawson, who helped USC win the 2003 National Championship, has yet to make a cut, but she is getting closer. More pictures of Rawson
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Anna Rawson has turned more heads off the course with her photos than on the course with her game.
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Nicole Castrale Height: 5'8" Birth Place: Glendale, Calif. Career Victories: 1 Castrale made her mark on the LPGA last year when she defeated Ochoa on the first hole of a sudden-death playoff at the Ginn Tribute Hosted by Annika.
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Jill McGill Height: 6' Birthplace: Denver, Colorado Best finish: 2nd This veteran has never won on Tour, but you have to admire a woman who lists her life's ambitions in the LPGA media guide as "to sing 'The Gambler' live with Kenny Rogers" and to "dance like Janet Jackson."
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Laura Diaz Height: 5'8" Birthplace: Scotia, N.Y. Career Victories: 2 Diaz crossed the $4 million mark in career earnings in 2007, helped the U.S. Solheim Cup team to victory and recorded at T2 finish in her first tournament of the year in 2008, the SBS Open at Turtle Bay.
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Carin Koch Height: 5'6" Birthplace: Sweden Career Victories: 2 This hot LPGA veteran is still a force on tour with three top-10 finishes so far this season.