Golf Club: Peel GC
College: The University of Memphis
Amateur Highlights: 1st 2022 Faldo Series Grand Final U21 Girls (7th overall), 1st Faldo Series Wales Girls Championship 2022, 1st The Comboy Leveret, 5th(2022) 14th(2021) The Critchley Astor Salver, 9th English Women's Amateur Championship
Professional Events (as amateur): 15th (top Amateur) Rose series West Lancashire, 26th Trust Golf Links, 49th Rose Ladies Open
Born on the Isle of Man and growing up in Peel, Ana was a prominent figure on the Island’s Amateur Golf scene as well as in the UK as a junior. She played out of her hometown Peel Golf Club which has an impressive junior section. Ana has two younger sisters who have also been involved in golf from an early age. Winning 2014 and 2021 Isle of Man ladies golf championship Ana has become a well know figure in golf on the Isle of Man. Ana quickly began to frequent the Isle of Man to Liverpool ferry in order to further her Amateur career in Lancashire. Eventually Ana's performances as a young golfer would be recognised on a national stage as she qualified for the final of the 2017 Telegraph's Junior Golf Championship.
Following an impressive junior career Ana was awarded a golfing scholarship at the University of Memphis, she spent 4 years in the US College system. playing across the U.S. at a variety of courses which enabled her to gain valuable golfing experience.
Looking to get back into the flow of golf following a Covid interrupted College career she returned to the UK in 2022. After a solid start to her post-College amateur career in 2022, Ana won the Faldo Series event in Wales in August, not only taking her own Category (Girls U21), but winning the overall event. This qualified her to contest the international final of the Series, held in Al Ain in the United Arab Emirates. Her pillar-to-post victory saw her defeat some of the brightest young international female players in amateur golf whilst also giving the boys something to look out for by finishing 7th overall.
Ana carried this excellent end-of-season form into 2022 LET Q School, surviving a poor second round in the First Stage of qualifying to progress through to the Final Stage, guaranteeing her a playing Category for the 2023 season. After a solid start to the gruelling 5 round Final Stage contest, she gradually improved her position across the final few rounds, first shooting a 2 under par 69 on the La Manga North Course to ensure that she made the final cut, and following up with a superb 4 under par 69 on the South Course to earn a Category 16 playing category and finish Tied 31st in the event.
Now as a Professional Ana looks forward towards the 2023 Ladies European Tour season.