Who is Emily Kristine Pedersen?
Emily Kristine Pedersen is one of the leading Danes in the game, and the Order of Merit Winner on the Ladies European Tour in 2020.
The Dane had a solid amateur career, winning the Spanish Ladies Amateur, British Ladies Amateur and the International European Ladies Amateur Championship, among several other competition victories. She then turned professional in 2015, and secured her first LET title later that year, with a win at the Hero Women’s Indian Open.
The 2020 season was an amazing one for Pedersen, as she won five times, four of which came on the Ladies European Tour. Three of those came in three successive weeks as she became the first woman in 30 years to do so on the LET. She won twice in Saudi Arabia, before winning the Andalucia Costa Del Sol Open de Espana. Those wins saw her secure the Order of Merit on the Ladies European Tour.
The 2023 edition of the Solheim Cup will see Pedersen make her third appearance for Team Europe in the competition. She made her debut in 2017 where she failed to score a point in three matches. However, four years on, she gained three points in a winning European cause, as the team retained the trophy on American soil.
Emily Kristine Pedersen | An Overview
Name: Emily Kristine Pedersen
Born: March 7, 1996
Residence: Copenhagen, Denmark
Turned Pro: 2015
Professional Wins: 6
Highest World Ranking: 68 – August 24, 2021
Best Results In Majors
Professional Wins – 6
2015 (1) – Hero Women’s Indian Open
2020 (5) – Bravo Tours Open, Tipsport Czech Ladies Open, Aramco Saudi Ladies International, Saudi Ladies Team International, Andalucia Costa Del Sol Open de Espana
Achievements and Awards
Den Gyldne Golfbold – 2013, 2020
Ladies European Tour Rookie of the Year – 2015
Ladies European Tour Order of Merit Winner – 2020
Ladies European Tour Player of the Year – 2020
Emily Kristine Pedersen | What’s In Her Bag?
Driver: Titleist TSR3 (10°; Mitsubishi Tensei Pro White stiff shaft)
Fairway Woods: Titleist TSR2 (16.5°; Graphite Design Tour AD UB7 stiff shaft)
Hybrids: Titleist TSi2 (21°; Project X HZRDUS Smoke Black RDX stiff shaft)
Irons: Titleist T100 (5-9; KBS Tour shafts)
Wedges: Titleist Vokey Design SM9 (46°, 52°, 56°, 58°; KBS Tour shafts)
Putter: Scotty Cameron Newport 2 Timeless
Ball: Titleist Pro V1
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Emily Kristine Pedersen
When and where was Emily Kristine Pedersen born?
Emily Kristine Pedersen was born in Copenhagen, Denmark in March 1996. She started playing golf at the age of 13 and was representing her country just a couple of years later.
When did Emily Kristine Pedersen turn professional?
Pedersen turned professional in 2015, and in her first season on the Ladies European Tour, she was the Rookie of the Year. That award came thanks to the Dane securing her maiden victory, at the Hero Women’s Indian Open.
How many professional titles has Emily Kristine Pedersen won?
As of September 2023, Pedersen has six professional titles. Her first win was the aforementioned Hero Women’s Indian Open on the Ladies European Tour. She then won five times in 2020, with four of those coming on the Ladies European Tour. As a result of that, she was the Order of Merit Winner and the tour’s Player of the Year.
Who is Emily Kristine Pedersen dating?
Pedersen is in a relationship with Olly Brett, a well-known caddie on the LPGA Tour. He has worked with Danielle Kang for several years now, and the pair actually came up against Pedersen in the 2021 Solheim Cup.
Did you Know?
LET Triple Winner
Pedersen is one of few golfers on the Ladies European Tour to have won the triple. She was Rookie of the Year on the tour in 2015, before topping the Order of Merit in 2020. The same year, she was voted as the LET Player of the Year.
Three In A Row
That 2020 season also saw an incredible run, where she won three times in three weeks. Pedersen became the first woman to do so in three decades, thanks to wins at the Aramco Saudi Ladies International, Saudi Ladies Team International and Andalucia Costa Del Sol Open de Espana.
Her father, Jesper, is a former professional footballer. He is now the manager of FA 2000 in the Danish Second Division.
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