Hedwall survives cut at Ricoh Women's British Open

SOUTHPORT, England (July 29, 2010) -- NCAA Champion Caroline Hedwall was the only amateur player to survive the cut at the 2010 Ricoh Ladies British Open.
Hedwall, a Swedish national but attends Oklahoma State University, made the cut on the number at five-over par with rounds of 74-75--149.

Other amateur to play but failed to make the cut included English Amateur champion Kelly Tidy at 78-73--151 and American Julie Yang at 74-78- 152.

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ABOUT THE Women's British Open

The Women's British Open is one of the five major championships of women's professional golf. It is recognized by both the LPGA Tour and the Ladies European Tour as a major. Amateurs must have a handicap of scratch or better. Pre-qualifying required.

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