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BEATRIZ RECARI BEATS OUT ALL OTHERS FOR 16TH POSITION IN THE MOJO 6 JAMAICA LPGA INVITATIONAL
ANNA RAWSON TO BE ON-SITE CORRESPONDENT; PICK YOUR WAY TO $10,000 SWEEPSTAKES ANNOUNCED




Check out the article written by Dania Bogle of the Jamaica Observer regarding the upcoming Mojo 6 tournament which marks the return of professional golf to Jamaica in over 20 years.




Steve DiMeglio of USA TODAY gives fans an update on voting for the 16th player. There is only a few more days left to vote so vote now!




Steve DiMeglio of USA TODAY Highlights The Mojo 6 in his most recent article.




ELITE FIELD OF 15 GOLFERS SCHEDULED TO PLAY INAUGURAL THE MOJO 6 JAMAICA LPGA INVITATIONAL

FANS INVITED  TO SELECT 16TH PLAYER TO COMPETE FOR  SHARE OF $1 MILLION PURSE




Steve Ellings from CBS Sports writes, "Gentlemen, start your search engines.In what almost certainly represents a first at the professional level, a new event on the LPGA schedule this spring is allowing fans to select the final player in an elite, 16-woman field that will battle for a $1 million purse in Jamaica."




Ken Suguira of the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports, "North Clayton High School sophomore Mariah Stackhouse was asked to participate in an assembly Thursday morning at the school gymnasium. Missing math class has rarely proven so profitable..."




On Thursday February 4, 2010 WXIA-TV of Atlanta, an NBC affiliate station, featured the suprise invitation Mariah Stackhouse received from Christina Kim to play in The Mojo 6 on the News at 11 broadcast.




Check out Mariah Stackhouse with Christina Kim and Mojo 6 co-founders Joy Stephenson and Ed Moses.




ATLANTA TEEN, THE “NEXT TIGER WOODS,” GETS DREAM SHOT TO COMPETE AGAINST THE WORLD’S BEST FEMALE GOLFERS
 
MARIAH STACKHOUSE, GEORGIA WOMEN’S AMATEUR CHAMPION, TO PLAY AGAINST TOP LPGA PLAYERS
AT THE MOJO 6 TOURNAMENT IN JAMAICA



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