Alpine skiing proved a rival to golf, which she took up at the age of four. However her love for golf won the day over ski racing and she attended Oklahoma State University, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in international business in May 2009. Represented Sweden as an amateur and turned pro in August 2009 and recorded five top-ten finishes on the FUTURES Tour. In 2010, her rookie season on the LET, she played in eight events and recorded two top-ten finishes with a career-best tie for second at the New Zealand Women’s Open, where she shot a career low 63 (-9) containing ten birdies and one bogey in the final round. Still awaiting that elusive first victory despite racking up numerous top tens on the LET and LPGA tour.