|Surname ||BREWERTON |
|First Name(s) ||BECKY |
|Date of Birth ||20/10/1982 |
|Place of Birth ||ST ASAPH, WALES |
|Nationality ||WELSH |
|Interests ||MUSIC, MOST SPORTS, COOKING |
|Turned Professional ||NOVEMBER 2003 |
|Social Media ||TWITTER: @BECKYBREWERTON INSTAGRAM: @BECKY_BREWERTON_GOLF |
|LETAS Status ||07 - 3 - 5 LET Members in Category 1-6 by 2019 LET Exemption Category |
AMATEUR Becky closed her amateur career on a high and made huge strides into the professional world with impressive performances when she was invited to play in two LET events. She burst onto the scene in her first invitation of 2003 with a second place finish at the Tenerife Ladies Open behind eventual winner Elisabeth Esterl. Becky held the lead until the 17th hole of the final round when she bogeyed and Esterl birdied. In the Wales WPGA Championship of Europe, she almost pulled off a spectacular victory with a 70 in the final round but lost out when Shani Waugh holed from fully 74 feet on the final green to deny her becoming the first amateur in 19 years to win on Tour. Becky lost out on approximately 55,000 as she was an amateur in those events but her future certainly looks promising. Her amateur record is exemplary Welsh Girls Champion 1997 and 1998. Welsh Ladies Champion 1999 and 2001. British Ladies Open amateur stroke play champion 1999 and 2002. European Ladies Open Champion 2002. Curtis Cup player 2000. Vagliano Trophy 2001 and 2003. World Team Championship 2002. PROFESSIONAL 2010 Highlights In 2010, posted six top-10 finishes with a season best tie for 4th at the Turkish Airlines Ladies Open. Tied for 5th at the Suzhou Taihu Ladies Open, tied for 7th at the Pegasus New Zealand Women's Open and S4C Wales Ladies Championship, tied for 9th at the Open de Espana, tied for 10th at the Aberdeen Ladies Scottish Open. Represented Wales at the Comunitat Valenciana European Nations Cup and tied for 9th. Finished 18th on the Henderson Money List with season's earnings of EUR100,964.17 from 19 events.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS In 2009, Becky enjoyed her most successful year on tour. She finished 3rd on the Henderson Money List with season's earnings of EUR 221,496.10 and was first on the exemption list, which earned a 10 year exemption to the LET. She secured her second LET title with a six-stroke victory at the Open de Espana Femenino at Panoramica Golf and Country Club, which earned her a place at the Evian Masters in France the following week, where she tied for 13th.She recorded eight additional top 10 finishes: 2nd at the Tenerife Ladies Open, ties for third at the Portugal Ladies Open, Finnair Masters and Randstad Open de France Dames; 4th at the S4/C Wales Ladies Championship and tied for 4th at the ABN AMRO Ladies Open, tied 6th at the Carta Si Ladies Italian Open and tied 10th at the AIB Ladies Irish Open. She also topped the European rankings for the total number of pars, birdies, eagles and number of top ten finishes. She made her second appearance as a member of the European Solheim Cup team at Rich Harvest Farms in Illinois. l In 2007, earned maiden victory at the Ladies English Open at Chart Hills GC in Kent. Made debut on the European Solheim Cup team at Halmstad in Sweden.
PERSONAL 168cm tall with dark brown hair and brown/green eyes. Hobbies include listening to music, watching films and most sports. Influenced to play golf by her father, Steve. Represents Abergele GC. Speaks fluent Welsh.