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Brent Kelley

Camilo Villegas Nude in ESPN Body Issue

By October 5, 2010

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Last year, ESPN the Magazine's "Body Issue" (think Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue, but with less clothing - as in none) included a photo of three LPGA golfers.

The 2010 "Body Issue," hitting newsstands this week, includes a photo of PGA Tour golfer Camilo Villegas. And yes, he's nude - although the naughty bits aren't visible to the, ahem, naked eye.

And yes, Villegas is nude ... while in his Spiderman pose on the green!

The cover photo - one of six different covers for the magazine, was first posted on Twitter by CNBC reporter Darren Rovell (HT: Golf Spelled Backwards). I'm not sure if it qualifies as safe for work or not. Villegas is unclothed, after all, but the photo does not contain "full nudity." Err on the side of caution, I suppose (a smaller version of the photo appears below the fold).

Meanwhile, if you prefer photos of Camilo on the golf course while properly attired:

Camilo Villegas pictures

camilo villegas nude espn the magazine body issue
(Photo by Martin Schoeller; courtesy of ESPN)

Above: Golfer Camilo Villegas poses nude for the 2010 ESPN the Magazine "Body Issue."

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October 5, 2010 at 3:11 pm
(1) GolfGirl says:

That’s a joke right? Not the actual photograph. I’m guessing it’s … someone’s… idea of humor. :-\

October 5, 2010 at 5:27 pm
(2) Brent says:

It’s a real photo. ESPN confirms.

September 14, 2011 at 7:56 am
(3) Dan House says:

I always knew espn was part porno.

October 7, 2010 at 1:17 am
(4) adrian says:

Hombre Arana!

October 13, 2010 at 11:23 pm
(5) golfngirl22 says:

Not a joke. hard work pays off. Obviously.

March 31, 2011 at 3:53 pm
(6) Bill says:

Yep, it’s for real. Tiger Woods says he is the cut player in golf, and I guess he does international modeling on the side.

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