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Caroline Larsson

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You'll soon be getting to know Caroline Larsson much better. She is one of the contestants on "Big Break Prince Edward Island" that starts airing on the Golf Channel in April. And she definitely deserves to be considered one of the favorites.

Caroline, originally from Sweden, played collegiate golf at Florida State, where she was team captain, an all-conference selection, and a four-time academic All-American. She turned pro in 2006 and has spent two very productive seasons on the Futures Tour.

In 2007 Caroline made 15 of 19 cuts with a best showing of second and finished 14th on the money list. In 2008, she improved her scoring average three-quarters of a stroke, made 14 of 17 cuts with a best showing of third, and finished 23rd on the money list. If you're looking for a golfer with a great shot at a breakout season on the Futures Tour in 2009, Caroline is an excellent choice.

Caroline recently launched her Web site at CarolineLarssonGolf.com. Check it out.

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