Audio Morning Drive - Ron Sirak Interview
will select for the European side. Who do you think? -I think at Azahara Munoz, Karen Stupples, Sandra Gal and Caroline Hedwall . -There you go. -Some people think Becky Brewerton might get in there because she's got experience. And if
Photo by Donald Miralle/Getty Images) Caroline Hedwall CARLSBAD, CA - MARCH 21: Caroline Hedwall of Sweden tees off the 18th hole during ..... Photo by Donald Miralle/Getty Images) Caroline Hedwall CARLSBAD, CA - MARCH 21: Caroline Hedwall
Wright tied atop crowded leaderboard at Mobile Bay
Jennifer Rosales birdied five of the first seven holes on the back nine and finished with a 5-under 67 on Thursday in the Mobile Bay LPGA Classic for a share of the first-round lead with Katie Futcher, Lindsey Wright and Caroline Hedwall .
Nicholas makes European Solheim Cup picks
Nicholas’ four picks will be playing in their first Solheim Cup. Nicholas went with Azahara Munoz, Sandra Gal, Caroline Hedwall and Karen Stupples, the only name of the group who has played in the Solheim Cup. “It was very much performance
Europe wins Saturday foursomes, extends Solheim lead
absolutely massive.” Europe started the day leading by 4 ½ to 3 ½ points and won the morning session, 2 ½ -1 ½, as Caroline Hedwall and Sophie Gustafson beat the U.S. pair of Angela Stanford and Stacy Lewis, 6 and 5. Morgal Pressel and Ryann O
Fair but not equal
Gustafson and Germany’s Caroline Masson are in contention after the first round, each three shots back. Sweden’s Caroline Hedwall is four back. A look at the European Solheim Cup standings show England’s Melissa Reid, the Netherlands’ Christel
O'Toole takes the good, the bad from Solheim
She endured a cruel ending, however, with the Solheim Cup ’s outcome coming down to her match against Sweden's Caroline Hedwall . After building a 2-up advantage with two holes to play, O’Toole walked away with a halve. Europe won the
Solheim Cup pressure squarely on European shoulders
Matthew , Anna Nordqvist , Sandra Gal , Sophie Gustafson , Karen Stupples and Azahara Munoz have all played the LPGA. Caroline Hedwall , Melissa Reid and Christel Boeljon may be less familiar to Americans, but they’ve combined to win six European
fourth consecutive Solheim Cup. The Euros didn’t lead in a single remaining match, but then Suzann Pettersen, Caroline Hedwall and Azahara Munoz stepped into Solheim history. They led the charge that improbably gave Europe its fourth win in
O'Toole unbeaten in Ireland, defeated in spirit
for two days while accumulating a 2-0-1 record. Late Sunday it looked like O'Toole's singles match with Caroline Hedwall would be vital to the outcome. It was, and the pressure was too much to handle. O'Toole was 2 up with two holes
leader at a whopping 318.6 yards per drive. That type of length will translate well on the big tour this season. Caroline Hedwall The Leap: Top 10 in Rolex Rankings It’s tough to figure which of the following was more unbelievable during
Discussion: Europe win or U.S. lose Solheim?
S. appeared to be in control of the matches late, but Ryann O'Toole lost a 2-up lead with two to play to Caroline Hedwall and Michelle Wie fell to Suzann Pettersen on the final hole. How will you remember the 12th edition of the biennial
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