Who's who: Charley Hull

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Who's who: Charley Hull

  • Name:

    Charley Hull
  • Country:

    England
  • Born:

    March 20, 1996 in Kettering, Northamptonshire.
  • Original/Home Club:

    Kettering GC, England.
  • Occupation:

    Professional golfer
  • Turned Pro:

    2013

Roll of Honour

Curtis Cup player (2012). Solheim Cup player (2013, '15, '17, '19, '21). Winner on the Ladies European Tour. LET Rookie of the Year (2013). LET Order of Merit winner (2014).

Did you know?

Hull was first introduced to golf aged two, and grew-up honing her skills at Kettering Golf Club with her father. After an impressive amateur career she made her Ladies European Tour professional debut in 2013, and reeled off five second place finishes, including a playoff loss in the Ladies German Open. Five more top ten finishes allowed her to finish sixth on the tour's Order of Merit, and claim the 2013 LET Rookie of the Year award.

Such was Hull's success in her rookie season, she was selected to play in the 2013 Solheim Cup, where she recorded a notable 5 and 4 singles win against five-time Solheim Cup star Paula Creamer. Hull chalked up her first LET win in March 2014, just four days before her 18th birthday.

Top tournaments won by Charley Hull

2021
America
Glen Oaks Club, NY
204 (-12)
$30,000
Aramco

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Hull, Charley

Venue

Glen Oaks Club, NY

Score

204 (-12)

Prize money

$30,000

Title sponsor

Aramco

Played as the inaugural Aramco Team Series - New York (Oct 14-16; Ladies European Tour event; each of the 36 teams includes three professionals and one amateur player). [Glen Oaks Club, Old Westbury, Long Island, NY].
Individual competition: Second-placed Nelly Korda (USA) finished 1 shot behind Charley Hull (Eng), who recorded her third LET win.
Team competition: Winners: Team J. Korda (391, -41; with a par at second playoff hole): Jessica Korda (USA), Karolin Lampert (Ger), Lina Boqvist (Swe) & Alexandra O'Laughlin (USA; amateur); professionals in winning team received $50,000 each. Runners-up: Team Popov (391, -41): Sophia Popov (Ger), Hayley Davis (Eng), Magdelena Simmermacher (Arg) & Cody Crowell (USA, amateur).
Third of four Aramco Team Series pro-am events in 2021.

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Hull, Charley

Score

208 (-8)

Prize money

€38,115

Title sponsor

FBMA

Played as the Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open (Jan 10-12; LET season opener). Second-placed Marianne Skarpnord (Nor) finished 1 shot behind Charley Hull (Eng), who recorded her second Ladies European Tour win. [Saadiyat Beach GC, Abu Dhabi, UAE].

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Hull, Charley

Score

269 (-19)

Prize money

$500,000

Title sponsor

CME

Played as the CME Group Tour Championship (Nov 17-20; LPGA Tr season-ending event). Second-placed So Yeon Ryu (S Kor) finished 2 shots behind 20-year-old Charley Hull (Eng), who recorded her first LPGA Tour win. [Gold course, Tiburón GC, Naples, FL].

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Hull, Charley

Score

269 (-15)

Prize money

€67,500

Title sponsor

x

Played as the Lalla Meryem Cup (March 13-16). Hull (Eng) beat Gwladys Nocera (Fra) at the first playoff hole (par-3 18th), to record her first professional win, a week before her 18th birthday. [Golf de l'Océan, Agadir, Morocco].

2014
Awards
€263,096
see Score
ISPS Handa

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Hull, Charley

Venue

Score

€263,096

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

ISPS Handa

Hull (Eng) won the LET 2014 ISPS Handa Order of Merit, with earnings of €263,096 on the Tour. Gwladys Nocera (Fra) was second with €233,288; Lee-Ann Pace (RSA) was third with €167,005.

2013
Awards
€135,994
see Score
Rolex

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Hull, Charley

Venue

Score

€135,994

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Rolex

Hull (Eng) won the LET 2013 Rolex Rookie of the Year Award as the leading first-season player. She finished sixth on the Tour's (money-based) Order of Merit, with earnings of €135,994.

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