Daniela Holmquist

On par

Growing up in Sweden, Daniela Holmqvist idolized Annika Sorenstam. Now, she looks to make her own name in the LPGA.

They were raised in Sweden and excelled in multiple sports as children. Both came to the United States for college and played golf for Pac-12 teams. They have met each other in the past and will have more encounters through the Swedish national team. Annika Sorenstam and Daniela Holmqvist began their
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