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Name: - Minea Blomqvist
Country: - Finland
Born : - March 15, 1985
Original Home/Club: - Espoo, Finland
Occupation: - Professional golfer
Turned Pro: - 2003

Roll of Honour

Ladies European Tour winner (see Tournament listing below). Ladies European Tour Rookie of the Year (2004).

Top tournaments won by Minea Blomqvist

2008Wmn EuropeFinnish Ladies MastersHelsinki GC202 (-11)€30,000
Played as the Finnair Masters (Aug 29-31). Second-placed Ursula Wikstrom (Fin) finished 1 shot behind home country winner Blomqvist (Fin). [Helsinki GC, Tali, Helsinki, Finland].
2004Wmn EuropeCentral European OpenOld Lake GC199 (-14)€24,750
Played as the inaugural OTP Bank Ladies Central European Open (July 16-18). Second-placed Emma Zachrisson (Swe) and Gina Scott (NZ) finished 4 shots behind first-time Ladies European Tour winner Blomqvist (Fin). [Old Lake GC, Tata, Hungary].
2004Wmn AwardsRookie of Yr - LET401.53 pts€105,020
Blomqvist (Fin) won the LET 2004 Ryder Cup Wales Rookie of the Year Award as the leading first-season player. 19 year-old Blomqvist finished seventh on the Tour's (points-based) Order of Merit, and had winnings of €105,020 during the season.


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