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I started playing golf at the age of 9 at Aboyne where our family spent three months of the summer holidays. I soon got the "golfing bug" and began playing in Scottish Girls tournaments.

As a "cack-handed" golfer, I represented Scotland in the Junior Home Internationals in 1970 and 1971. I was persuaded to change to a more orthodox method and did so with the help of Jock Lawson, the Professional at Murcar Golf Club. His enthusiasm soon rubbed off and I progressed to senior international for Scotland and GB&I.

The pinnacle of my
amateur career was representing GB&I in the Curtis Cup in New York and the World Cup in Fiji in 1978.

I turned professional
in 1979 and joined the Ladies European Tour, winning in all, 9 tournaments and the European Order of Merit in 1980 and 1983.

(For more information on my amateur and professional records, "click" on the appropriate heading).

I fully qualified as a PGA Professional in 1987, retired from tournament golf in 1989 and joined Portlethen Golf Club as the Club Professional in 1990 becoming Scotland's 1st Lady Club Professional.

In my spare time, I enjoy hill walking ("bagging" all the Munros by 2004) and cycling. I have recently concentrated all my efforts on fund-raising for under-privileged children at an orphanage in Chennai (formerly Madras), India following a visit in 2006.
I first visited Chennai, India in 2006 to do voluntary work.   After my initial visit to the St. Joseph Social Service Centre I set up a project to raise funds to improve the health, welfare and education of the underprivileged children of the St. Joseph Centre and those of the poor neighbourhood area. I now concentrate my efforts on fund-raising for the Centre in Chennai, India.  The St. Joseph S. S. Centre Project is run under the umbrella of the Little Drops Charity Trust. (Registration Number: SC 028069)  
For more information on my Project with the St. Joseph S. S. Centre visit my CHARITY Page. 
If you would like to donate to the St. Joseph S. S. Centre Project. Click 'DONATE'