Caroline Hedwall will make a Solheim Cup return for Team Europe six years on from developing a significant milestone in the championship’s history.
The 30-year-old was part of the final Solheim Cup victory of Europe in 2013 where she created her own personal landmark.
Hedwall became the first player on either team, in the event’s history, to win all five of her games, helping Europe to keep the trophy in solid style.
The Swede teamed up in both sessions of foursomes with compatriot Anna Nordqvist, defeating Morgan Pressel and Jessica Korda 1 & 2 on Saturday morning and seeing Lizette Salas 4 and Stacy Lewis & 2 in the opening game of this week off.
Hedwall’s spouse switched to Caroline Masson for the fourballs, in which they won each of the fixtures 2&1 to help Europe in carrying a advantage into the last day.
Better was to come from the Sunday singles, even in which Hedwall made a four-birdie at the final to claim a success over Michelle Wie and then also ensure the trophy would return back to European land.
Click on the video above to relive Hedwall’s record-breaking week!