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An otherwise dull U.S. Open golf championship was livened up this weekend by a voluptuous streaker who has since been turned into a Web service.

During the final round of the tournament, a lass made her way onto the 11th green to present eventual winner Jim Furyk with a pair of roses. Such a nice gesture might go unnoticed were it not for the words "Golden Palace" written across her chest, goldenpalace.com tattooed on her back and the American flag pasties covering her nipples.

The buxom blonde has garnered enough attention with the stunt for GoldenPalace.com to kick off a marketing campaign. The online casino is offering "behind the scenes" pictures for those willing to download its gaming software.

The woman is known in some circle-jerks as Brittney Skye and says she was happy to take time out of her busy porn schedule to promote the Golden Palace Web site.

"I've seen their ad tattoos before, and I thought it would be a great opportunity to get some exposure and be part of a new and exciting marketing trend," Skye said in a statement.

Golden Palace has already used the streaking gag for self-promotion at the UEFA Cup Final and the French Open. The whole thing is wearing thinner than Skye's undies at this point, but we'll back anything that makes golf interesting to watch. ®

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