Sandra Carlborg, from Alingsas, Sweden. 4-time World Champion in Long Drive.
Longdrive is when you hit a golf ball as far as you can. Sandra had the longest ball ever in competition 391,2 yards 2009-2017. Now her record is 401 and the WR 406. She has also played professional golf around the world since 2004, on the Ladies European Tour, Letaccess Tour, South African Tour and the Swedish Tour.
Now she has full focus on her Long Drive. When she's not compete or practice to win more world titles. She loves to inspire kids and woman and challenge the men. She also do exhibitions and corporation days for company's and golf clubs and she is a personal trainer for exercise at the gym.
Sandra loves to travel so this type of life fits her perfectly! When she's not on the golf course she love to experience new things and places. She likes skiing and sailing. She love to walk around in a big city as well as walking in the woods with her dog. When it's time to relax, she prefers laying on the beach or on a sun bed. Doesn't happen too often! Also family and friends are very important to Sandra. It's often at least one from the family traveling with her.
She loves her job! All kind of exercise on the golf course as well as at the gym. One of her favourite things is to talk, so meeting different people all the time is absolutely perfect for her!
She is so lucky and thankful that she can live her dream and travel the world with her golf clubs!
To view Sandra in action visit Golf Channel or her own youtube channel.
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4-time Women's World Champion in Long Drive: 2011, 2012, 2014 & 2015, IWLDA World Champion 2009, 2- time World Champion in match play, 3-time European Champion, 5-time Swedish Champion
2nd place on the World Long Drive Championship 2013 3rd place 2016
3rd place at Clash in the Canyon 2017
3rd place at Mile High Show Down 2017
Former World Record holder 2009-1017 391.2 yards, longest ball in competition 401 yards (Mile high Show Down 2017, same day as the new WR claims of Philis Meti 406 yards)
14th place on the Ladies European Tour (regular golf). Some top 10 places on the Swedish and South African tour. Some professional victories on smaller competitions in Sweden. She also had a good junior career with victories of different amateur tournaments.