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Rebecca Artis Wins in Sweden

(Photo: @BecFloodGolf/Twitter)

Rebecca Artis (nee Flood) won the Helsingborg Open in Sweden, beating Caroline Hedwall by a stroke in the Ladies European Tour event. Hedwall led by four entering the final round, but Artis shot 69 on a day of very high scores to catch her. Artis was one of only two players to break 70 in the final round.

Artis, from Australia, is in her fourth season playing the LET. In her previous three campaigns she's ranked middle-of-the-pack on the money list, with a highest placing of 45th in 2012. Prior to 2013, she had two Top 10 finishes with a best of third place; both those Top 10s were in 2012.

So she was trending up even before 2013, but Artis' career has really taken off this season. She had five Top 20s in LET events before the win in Sweden. That includes Top 10s in her previous two tournaments.

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