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Holly Sonders Photos from Golf Digest's "Get Fit" Issue

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Holly will be featured in Golf Digest's May "Get Fit" issue , check out the o uttakes from our cover shoot:

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Nice to see she's a fellow yogi too.

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Originally Posted by zipazoid

Nice to see she's a fellow yogi too.

Yogi or Boo-Boo, but definitely not your average bare...er...bear.

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I hate Erik Kuselias...

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I hate Erik Kuselias...

+ infinity...

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I'll be the negative nelly.... I don't care for the shape of her legs. I have never been a fan of Holly but I wouldn't kick her outa the sack for her legs...

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I think Golf Digest has a new policy of trying to include a bit of Maxim-style photo content in every issue - seems like they've thrown in a little T&A; photo for the past 3-4 issues.  I'm surprised we haven't seen letters to the editor about this new trend "cheapening" the magazine or something similar along with a some outraged demand to cancel subscriptions (some people go nuts over such stuff - I remember some lunatics cancelling their Automobile magazine subscriptions a few years back over a "Highly Offensive!" and  "Pornographic!!" cover story on Audi coupes because it feature the headline "Audi Shows Us Its TTs") .  On the one hand, the guy in me doesn't object to the fairly pleasing views (they ought to stretch the budget a bit to get more attractive models though - if you're going to do it, might as well do it right).  On the other hand, the intellect in me says it's a pretty blatant and cheesy gimmick that's not going to attract new readers or make the magazine's golf content substantively any better.

For that matter, Golf Digest's content has definitely gone downhill in recent years.  I don't need my golf magazines giving me reviews of high end cars that basically are there because the editors get a thrill out of driving around a $70,000 luxury sedan for a few weeks - I can get too many crappy, biased car reviews from the car magazines to which I subscribe - or some dramatized-but-still-dull-as-hell inspirational piece on how "golf saved my life!".  And that Hungover Caddy column is boring and often just stupid.

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Golf Digest: 60% advertisements, 20% entertainment, 20% interesting info

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Instead of getting her chest enlarged she should of gotten her eyes fixed.

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I think Golf Digest has a new policy of trying to include a bit of Maxim-style photo content in every issue - seems like they've thrown in a little T&A; photo for the past 3-4 issues.  I'm surprised we haven't seen letters to the editor about this new trend "cheapening" the magazine or something similar along with a some outraged demand to cancel subscriptions (some people go nuts over such stuff - I remember some lunatics cancelling their Automobile magazine subscriptions a few years back over a "Highly Offensive!" and  "Pornographic!!" cover story on Audi coupes because it feature the headline "Audi Shows Us Its TTs") .  On the one hand, the guy in me doesn't object to the fairly pleasing views (they ought to stretch the budget a bit to get more attractive models though - if you're going to do it, might as well do it right).  On the other hand, the intellect in me says it's a pretty blatant and cheesy gimmick that's not going to attract new readers or make the magazine's golf content substantively any better.  For that matter, Golf Digest's content has definitely gone downhill in recent years.  I don't need my golf magazines giving me reviews of high end cars that basically are there because the editors get a thrill out of driving around a $70,000 luxury sedan for a few weeks - I can get too many crappy, biased car reviews from the car magazines to which I subscribe - or some dramatized-but-still-dull-as-hell inspirational piece on how "golf saved my life!".  And that Hungover Caddy column is boring and often just stupid.

Wow. Sounds like you should cancel your subscription then.

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Originally Posted by Valleygolfer

I'll be the negative nelly.... I don't care for the shape of her legs. I have never been a fan of Holly but I wouldn't kick her outa the sack for her legs...

I see what you mean, but when I look at Holly I don't pay much attention to her legs

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I read she is 28?  She is definitely hot for sure, but honestly she looks a good 10 years older to me (not necessarily in those pictures, but on TV absolutely).

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