Kirsty enjoyed a highly successful amateur career and representative honours include England in home Internationals since 1997 in the under 18's and under 21's. Was a member of England's team when they finished runners up at the 1999 European Team Championships, has played in 21 of England's Nations Cup teams, Vagliano Trophy team member in 2001, England Elite squad member from 1998-2002, GB&I Elite squad 2000-2002, won Chiberta Grand Prix 2000 representing GB&I played for Lancashire Ladies County team from 1998-2002. Turned professional with a handicap of +2 at Royal Lytham and St. Annes. Is a member of Pinheiros Altos GC in Quinta do Lago in Portugal.


172cm tall with strawberry blonde hair and blue eyes. Hobbies include horse riding, sketching, outdoor activities, orienteering and outward bound courses and all other sports. Both her father and grandfather were Scottish Rugby Internationals and her mother an International show jumper. Kirsty has a Duke of Edinburgh award and the ELGA Silver tee award. Works part time in a golf retail business in the Algarve.

Individual Titles

Chiberta Grand Prix Champion - Biarritz - 2000
Scottish U21 Strokeplay Champion
Daihatsu UK ‘Champion of Champions’ - (three years)
English Strokeplay Champion
English Open Intermediate Champion
Runner-up - Portuguese Amateur Championship - Praia D’el Rey
Lancashire Ladies County Champion - (three years)

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