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Camilla Lennarth

(Photo: Twitter.com/@camillalennarth)

Can you guess that Camilla Lennarth is from Sweden? I bet you can!

Camilla just completed the final stage of the Ladies European Tour Q-School, and has earned her playing card for the 2013 LET. Lennarth finished the 5-round tournament at 15-under par, good for sixth place.

Lennarth played college golf at the University of Alabama, where she was a 3-time All-America selection. In 2010, she was the individual medalist and part of the winning Swedish team at the European Ladies Team Championship.

She turned pro in 2011 and won a Cactus Tour event that year. In 2012, Camilla was a member of the LPGA Futures Tour, where she posted a best finish of 5th place in the Symetra Classic.

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