More recently in her professional career, she became first player in Solheim Cup history to win five matches, helping lead Team Europe to a surprising victory over Team USA (2013).
While all of these accomplishments are an impressive list for a professional career of just five years, we thought the only way to dig deeper would be to create a more accurate picture of her career through statistics from LPGA.com.
Since 2011, Carro has tallied:
Recently Carro visited Qlik headquarters in Radnor, Pennsylvania and signed her “letter of intent” with Qlik in advance of the 2015 U.S. Women’s Open event in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. I think I speak for the company when I say we couldn’t be happier with her selection: Welcome to #TeamQlik!
Be sure to cheer Carro on as the event will be broadcast starting on July 9 on Fox Sports 1 and Fox Sports here in the United States! To learn more about the previous 67 years of the US Women's Open, keep scrolling as we have included some new interactive charts that analyzes past winners, locations and winning scores relative to par year-over-year.