Caroline Hedwall will create a Solheim Cup return for Team Europe six years on from creating a considerable landmark in the history of the tournament.
The 30-year-old was part of the last Solheim Cup success of Europe in 2013, a record-breaking 18-10 victory in Colorado, where she created her very own landmark.
Hedwall became the first player in the history of the event, on each team, to acquire five of her games, helping Europe to keep the trophy in fashion.
The Swede teamed up in both periods of foursomes with compatriot Anna Nordqvist, defeating Morgan Pressel and Jessica Korda 1 & 2 on Saturday morning and watching Lizette Salas 4 and Stacy Lewis & 2 in the opening game of the week off.
Hedwall’s spouse changed for the fourballs to Caroline Masson, where they won each of the fittings 1 & 2 to help Europe in carrying a advantage in the final moment.
Better was to come in the Sunday singles, even where confirm the trophy would return back to European soil and then Hedwall left a to assert a 1up victory.
Click on the video over to relive Hedwall’s record-breaking week!