Won the European amateur title at 19 in 2012 and three years later added the Women's Amateur Championship at Portstewart. She had taken up a golf scholarship at Duke University in the United States by then, helping them to become NCAA champions in 2014 and having a 15-week spell as the No.1-ranked player on the amateur world rankings.
Turned professional in 2016 and has since had two LPGA Tour victories and three on the European circuit. Sixth in the AIG Women’s Open at Woburn in 2019 – and joint leader with a round to go in the US Women's Open two months earlier – she made her Solheim Cup debut as a wild card pick the same season and won all her four games in the one-point victory at Gleneagles.
Was also a member of the team which retained the trophy last September and tied fourth in April’s Chevron Championship.