Caroline Masson - Quick 18 Questionnaire

Caroline Masson from Gladbeck in Germany is one of the LETís leading golfers and clinched her first victory as a pro at the South African Womenís Open at Selborne Park Golf Club this July. She previously recorded back-to-back runner-up finishes this season, with an outright second place at the Allianz Ladies Slovak Open followed by a tie for second at the Deutsche Bank Ladies Swiss Open, where she lost to Carly Booth in a play-off. She also recently finished runner-up at the Suzhou Taihu Ladies Open in China and is ranked second on the ISPS Handa Order of Merit behind Carlota Ciganda of Spain.

Caroline Masson from Gladbeck in Germany is one of the LET’s leading golfers and clinched her first victory as a pro at the South African Women’s Open at Selborne Park Golf Club this July. She previously recorded back-to-back runner-up finishes this season, with an outright second place at the Allianz Ladies Slovak Open followed by a tie for second at the Deutsche Bank Ladies Swiss Open, where she lost to Carly Booth in a play-off. She also recently finished runner-up at the Suzhou Taihu Ladies Open in China and is ranked second on the ISPS Handa Order of Merit behind Carlota Ciganda of Spain.

What’s the best thing about being a professional golfer? Travelling the world, meeting many interesting people and playing golf for a living.

Who is the golfer you most admire? Annika

What’s your one biggest strength? Consistency

What’s the shot you love to practise? Iron shots

When are you going to reach your peak? We will see..

Define yourself in 3 words Loyal, relaxed, impatient

What do you do for entertainment when travelling? Reading books, watching TV Series

Which player is the biggest joker? Laura Davies

Which player is the quietest? Rachel Jennings;)

What’s the strangest superstition you’ve ever seen? No idea

Language you’d like to learn Spanish

Musical instrument you’d like to play Guitar

What’s your lowest round ever and where did you have it? 62(-10) as an Amateur in Cologne, 64(-8) in Wales

Age you first broke par Can't remember

How many holes in one and where? Just one in a practice round

Chosen career if not a golfer? Tennis player

Hidden talent? Not sure..

How would you spend a perfect day? Sleep in, long breakfast, spend the day with friends and have a nice dinner with my family.

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Published: 20/11/2012

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