Louise came to prominence in 2021 when she won the Women’s Amateur Championship at Barassie defeating Iceland’s Jóhanna Lea Lúðvíksdóttir by a record-breaking 9&8 margin, following that up with a top 10 finish at the AIG Women’s Open at Carnoustie, and with it winning the Smyth Salver to announce herself on the world stage.
Other highlights in a stellar amateur career include winning the R&A Student Series in Portugal and representing GB&I in the last two Curtis Cup matches. Having completed a Sports Studies degree at the University of Stirling, where Louise was a major part of the University’s very successful high performance golf programme, she now looks to follow in the footsteps of fellow alumni Catriona Matthew.
Louise turned professional in 2022, and made her professional debut at the Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open. She made an immediate impact and followed up her first AIG Women’s Open at Carnoustie with a top 20 finish at Muifield. Louise secured her LET Tour Card at Qualifying School in 2022 where she birdied the final hole to claim her place on the main Tour. 2023 will be an exciting year for Louise, as she rises up the rankings, and hopes to continue her strong performances in the major events.