THE ATHLETE: What Anna Kournikova and Maria Shapova did for women's tennis, Anna Rawson is going to do for women's golf. The 27-year-old Australian was discovered as a model by tween magazine "Dolly" (which also gave VS Angel Miranda Kerr her big break), but she quickly earned notoriety for swinging rather than strutting. Rawson received her official LPGA card in the LPGA Qualifying School in December, and as the first in line on the LPGA's conditional status list, the blonde beauty is tipped to do big things. Off the course, Anna is regularly featured in the pages of Vogue and GQ, and even signed an endorsement deal to not only be the official model and spokeswoman, but an integral designer for label J. Lindeberg. As GQ writer Benjie Goodhart said about Anna, "They say Tiger Woods made golf popular with people who previously felt excluded from the game. This player could make golf popular with people who hate golf."