The Gullane member attends North Berwick High School and she is following in some famous footsteps.

Catriona Matthew, Scotland’s most successful professional, is a former pupil and Clara Young, beaten finalist in last season's Scottish Ladies’ Amateur Championship, is in her final year at the school.

Troon Ladies have two players in the squad in Emma Hale and Hazel Macgarvie and the other five selected are Emily Dalgetty (Glencorse), Shannon McWilliam (Aboyne), Kirsty Brodie (Strathmore), Kirsten Brown (Strathaven) and Claire Robertson (Carnoustie Ladies).

With a growing number of the top Scots heading to universities in America, the SLGA is concentrating on the development of the promising young players.

The Scottish Ladies’ Golfing Association, founded in 1904 and incorporated in 2006, is the governing body for ladies’ and girls’ amateur golf in Scotland.


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