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Karin Borjeskog

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Sweden's Karin Borjeskog is a rarity in women's golf: She's a lefty. Left-handers are becoming more common in men's golf, but still are rarely seen in women's golf.

Karin's biggest amateur win was at the prestigious St. Rule Trophy in 2003, where she set a women's course record on the New Course at St. Andrews. After turning pro, she has played a couple seasons on the Ladies European Tour, but in 2009 played on the SAS Masters Tour (formerly known as the Telia Tour). And with much success - Borjeskog was that tour's Order of Merit winner in 2009.

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