Born and raised in Carnoustie, Scotland, I was fortunate to learn the game at Carnoustie Golf Links. I got my first handicap aged 12 and there started my golfing journey. I played as many competitions as possible and was a +1 player by age 17.
I graduated from Lynn University, Florida in 2009 with a BA in Business Management but followed my passion for playing and turned Professional in September 2009. I was lucky to travel the world playing on various tours throughout the world; LET, LET Access, Canadian and South African Women's Tour. After a short stint away from the game (in recruitment), I realised that I enjoyed building relationships with people and wanted to share my passion for golf with others. In 2016 this led me to Gullane and the PGA Training Programme where I gained my second university degree and finished in the top 15 of my class for Great Britain and Ireland. I further built upon my experience gained at Gullane by working overseas for 7 months at European Tour destination, The Dutch in The Netherlands. There I was responsible for developing a successful ladies coaching programme and helped to manage private and corporate member accounts. A holistic approach was implemented with the assistance of professionals from a multitude of backgrounds such as Physiotherapy and Sports Psychology. I am now an Accredited PGA Assistant Professional based at North Berwick with a goal to help people achieve their best.
In 2021 I was appointed as one of the Scottish Golf National Performance Coaches. This is a great honour to help and train various female teams and encourage them to work towards to their goals while representing their country.
Outside of golf I enjoy personal development, watching other coaches, keeping fit, drinking coffee, watching football, cats or dogs and spending time with family/friends.