The 22-year-old fromBarsebk earned 278,528.87 euros from 20 events to end the season 207,361 eurosclear of next placed Rachel Jennings from England, with more than double theearnings of any Cheap Golf Clubs in the 32-year history of the LadiesEuropean Tour.Hedwall won the LET'sFinal Qualifying School by nine shots in December 2010 and in January shestarted the year with a victory at the New South Wales Open on her professionaldebut on the Australian Ladies Professional Golf Tour.She had four victoriesduring her first season as a professional at the Allianz Ladies Slovak Open,Finnair Masters, UNIQA Ladies Golf Open presented by Raiffeisen in Austria andHero Women's Indian Open and had four more top-ten finishes, including arunner-up finish at the Deloitte Ladies Open in Holland.In May, she alsoupstaged major champions and Ryder Cup stars by winning the inaugural Cheap GolfClubs at the Celtic Manor in Wales."To be honest, Ihardly can believe this year. I mean it's just been so good, and if you told meI would have won four times on the LET, I probably wouldn't believe you, soit's just been unbelievable. I probably can't relate to it yet because I needsome time off to just think back on this year. But it's been great, forsure," Hedwall said.