Sweet Swedes: Hedwall/Nordqvist top Park/Ryu
Sweden’s Caroline Hedwall and Anna Nordqvist talk about their victory over South Korea’s Inbee Park and So Yeon Ryu in Friday fourball play at 2014 International Crown event in Owings Mills, Md.
2014 International Crown: Sweden
Members of the Sweden International Crown team, Caroline Hedwall and Pernilla Lindberg, share some insight on their home country.
Golfing World: Caroline Hedwall player profile
Golfing World catches up with Swedish Solheim Cup star Caroline Hedwall.
Webb leads HSBC Women’s in Singapore
Karrie Webb fires an opening 6-under 66 to lead by one shot after the first round in Singapore for the HSBC Women’s Champions. Hanging around just one shot back are Paula Creamer and Caroline Hedwall.
Hedwall still unbeaten in international team play
Caroline Hedwall is keeping her unbeaten streak going in international team play with a win and a halve through two days at the International Crown.
You Oughta Know: International Crown
Caroline Hedwall is on an amazing streak. That's just one of the things You Oughta Know about the International Crown.
Top American Lewis thumped in morning foursomes
Europe's Anna Nordqvist and Caroline Hedwall defeat USA's Stacy Lewis and Lizette Salas, 4 and 2, in Friday foursomes play at 2013 Solheim Cup. For complete Solheim Cup coverage, click HERE
Meet the press: Hedwall, Munoz, Masson eager for Solheim
Team Europe's Caroline Hedwall, Azahara Munoz and Caroline Masson spoke to the media on Tuesday from the Colorado Golf Club, host site of the 2013 Solheim Cup matches. For complete Solheim Cup coverage, click HEREclose to them. We've played junior Solheims together and a lot of European team championships together. So I think they feel really comfortable with us. And all I'm gonna say is--I'm gonna be honest. I'm gonna
Hedwall captures fourth LET title
Swedish rookie Caroline Hedwall won for the fourth time on the Ladies European Tour this season, taking the Hero Women's Indian Open by two strokes.
Europe wins Solheim Cup for first time since 2003
Clutch play and an American concession helped Europe claim the Solheim Cup for the first time since 2003. The home team defeated the U.S. at Killeen Castle, 15-13, on a strange and compelling Sunday.