Born 1993, St Asaph, Wales
Amy started to play golf in 1999 aged 5, influenced by her father Simon, PGA Professional at Maesdu Golf Club. Amy represents Conwy Golf club and the Robert Rock Golf Academy. Her hobbies include going to the gym, shopping and socialising with friends.
Amy is open to further sponsorship opportunities which will help her in her quest to achieve both her short and long term golfing ambitions. She is currently attached to the Robert Rock Golf Academy and represents Cobra/Puma Golf.
Amy played full time amatuer golf for a number of years, competing with the top girls in the amateur game. As an amateur she was a member of the Junior Ryder Cup (2010) and PING Junior Solheim Cup (2011), represented GB&I at the Vagliano Trophy 2011 & 2013, she was a member of the victorious team at the Astor Trophy (2011) and Curtis Cup (2012), three winning Home International Teams for Wales 2008, 2009 & 2013 and Welsh Girls Champion (2008), Welsh Open Champion (2013), Scottish Open Champion (2012), English Open Champion (2013). She qualified for three RICOh Women’s British Opens at Royal Birkdale, Royal Liverpool and St Andrews.
Amy Played for her home country Wales for many years and ended her amateur career on a high in helping the Welsh team win the Home Internationals. She played for Europe in the 2010 Junior Ryder cup and the 2011 Junior Solheim Cup. In 2008, Amy was named BBC Young Sportswoman of the Year.
Amy turned Professional in September 2013 and made her debut as a pro in a LETAS event, finishing 2nd. In May 2014 she won her first tournament as a professional at Gams-Werdenberg Golf Club, she also qualified for the 2014 US Women’s Open Championship at the Buckinghamshire Golf Club and played in this years US Open at Pinehurst Golf Club.
Amy’s first season on the Ladies European Tour has proved to be an extremely successful start to her career with 3 top 5 finishes and several others in the top 20 which has enabled her to finish 18th in the Order Of Merit and achieve the unique distinction of 2014 Rookie Of The Year.