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Official World Golf Ranking: 213
Born: Mon,Oct 14,1996 - Goteborg, Sweden
Age: 27y 7m 30d, Nationality: SE
Height: 5' 9
Home: Scottsdale, Arizona
College: Arizona State
Turned Pro: 2018, Joined LPGA: 2019
Notes: Strom became a member of the Swedish National Golf Team at age 13 and was part of the Swedish team winning the European Girls' Team Championship in 2012 and again in 2013. She was a member of the 2013 Junior Solheim Cup Team and the 2012 and 2014 European Junior Ryder Cup Team. Strom and Marcus Kinhult won gold in the mixed category at the 2014 Youth Olympic Games. She also won the 2014 Spanish International Ladies Amateur Championship, where she was runner-up the year after...

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Linnea Strom

Strom became a member of the Swedish National Golf Team at age 13 and was part of the Swedish team winning the European Girls' Team Championship in 2012 and again in 2013. She was a member of the 2013 Junior Solheim Cup Team and the 2012 and 2014 European Junior Ryder Cup Team.
Strom and Marcus Kinhult won gold in the mixed category at the 2014 Youth Olympic Games. She also won the 2014 Spanish International Ladies Amateur Championship, where she was runner-up the year after, as well as at the 2015 British Ladies Amateur Golf Championship. She qualified for the 2015 Women's British Open, her first major championship, where she did not make the cut.
Strom played college golf for the Arizona State Sun Devils at Arizona State University in Phoenix, Arizona, where she was the 2016 Pac-12 Conference Individual champion and Collegiate First Team All American 2016 and 2017. She led the Sun Devils to the program's eighth NCAA Division I National Championship in 2017.
In September 2016, Strom represented Sweden at the Espirito Santo Trophy in Mexico, where she finished as the best Swedish competitor, T-25th in a field of 163 players.
Ranked ninth in the Women's World Amateur Golf Ranking, Strom quit ASU after 2.5 years in March 2018 to turn professional and play on the Epson Tour, after a bout of food poisoning during the final stage of the LPGA Q-School saw her miss out on earning her LPGA card. She won her first professional tournament in September 2018, the Sioux Falls GreatLIFE Challenge, and won the 2018 Epson Tour Rookie of the Year award. By finishing fifth on the 2018 Epson Tour money list, she earned membership of the LPGA Tour for the 2019 season..
On the 2019 LPGA Tour, she made 11 cuts in 22 events and ended her rookie season 84th on the money list to retain her tour card. Her best finish was T5 at the Marathon Classic, and she ranked 11th in average driving distance (271.52 yards), finishing sixth in the Louise Suggs Rolex Rookie of the Year standings. She earned starts at four majors and finished T-26th at the 2019 ANA Inspiration.
Strom started 2020 with a T-4th at the ISPS Handa Vic Open, one stroke away from the playoff won by Park Hee-young, and finished 3rd in the Australian Ladies Classic, a Ladies European Tour event. In August, she finished T-9th at the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship and finished the season 41st on the LPGA money list.
In August 2021, Strom captained a team with Jenny Haglund and Agathe Sauzon that took a single-shot lead into the final day of the Aramco Team Series - Sotogrande. On the 54th hole Stacy Lee Bregman holed a critical birdie that took her team to a playoff with Strom, and team captain Ashleigh Buhai won the title on the first extra hole.
In 2022, Strom divided her time between the Ladies European Tour and the Epson Tour. On the LET, she finished solo 3rd at the Magical Kenya Ladies Open after going into the final day with a two shots lead. She was solo 2nd at the Madrid Ladies Open behind Ana Pelaez. On the Epson Tour, she won the IOA Championship and was runner-up at the Twin Bridges Championship. She was the leading money winner to become Epson Tour Player of the Year and regain her fully exempt status on the LPGA Tour for the 2023 season.
Strom was in contention at the 2023 Lotte Championship in Hawaii. Sharing the lead during the last round, a double bogey on the 14th saw her finish 11 under, one shot away from a three-way playoff won by Grace Kim.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 100, Cuts Made: 55 (55%), Top Tens: 6 (6%) , Rounds: 287, Scoring Avg: 72.20, Career Earnings: $1,428,092 - Best Finish: ShopRite Classic (1st)
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