S-14: Winner of the 2023 Mark H. McCormack Medal

Lindblad, the No. 1 player in the Women's World Amateur Golf Ranking, will make her third U.S. Women's Open start by virtue of being the winner of the 2023 Mark H. McCormack Medal for being the No. 1 player in the Women's World Amateur Golf Ranking. Lindblad just missing posting a top-10 finish at Pine Needles in 2022 after shooting an opening-round 65, the lowest 18-hole score by an amateur in championship history. The Louisiana State University All-American won the 2021 European Ladies Amateur and led Sweden to victory in the 2022 Women's World Amateur Team Championship in France. She also represented Sweden in the 2023 WWATC in the United Arab Emirates. She has twice represented the International Team in the Palmer Cup (2020, 2021). In 2022, she was the runner-up to Anna Davis, along with LSU teammate Latanna Stone, in the Augusta National Women's Amateur. In 2020, she became the first LSU golfer to win Southeastern Conference Player and Freshman of the Year honors. When Lindblad claimed the Clemson Invitational in March, she became the all-time Southeastern Conference leader in tournament victories with 14 (previous mark was held by ex-Arkansas star Stacy Lewis). She also owns a pair of wins on the Nordic Golf Tour, a professional circuit. 

U.S. Women's Open Results

YEAR
SITE
SCORES
TO PAR
FINISH
2022
Pine Needles Lodge & Golf Club
65-71-71-76--283
-1
T-11
2020
Champions Golf Club
72-69-74-77--292
+8
T-30

YEAR

2022

SITE

Pine Needles Lodge & Golf Club

SCORES

65-71-71-76--283

TO PAR

-1

FINISH

T-11

YEAR

2020

SITE

Champions Golf Club

SCORES

72-69-74-77--292

TO PAR

+8

FINISH

T-30

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