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9 May 2002


Kingston upon Thames, UK




English Women’s Amateur Championship 

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Destined for greatness from a young age, Annabell has seen success wherever she has played her trade, and the Southwest Londoner's trophy cabinet is remarkably full for someone who is just getting started! 


Annabell grew up playing golf at Roehampton Club, where she still maintains her affiliation but now spends most of her time stateside representing the University of Florida. As well as seeing success within the NCAA, with victories such as the Florida Gator Invitation, Annabell has also had some fantastic personal success during and before her university career. In 2020, Annabell won the English Women’s Amateur Championship with a remarkable score of 283 on a tricky Burnham & Berror golf course. Her major debut followed that in 2021 at The Open, where she was just one of 3 amateurs to make the cut that year. She followed that up with a US Open appearance in 2022 and, whilst based in the US, has also been invited to play in the August Women’s National Amateur Championship on three occasions. It hasn’t been about individual accolades; her team experiences with the Curtis and Junior Solheim Cup teams are among her most cherished. In December 2023, Annabell unlocked full playing privileges on the Ladies European Tour. 2024 will be her Rookie year on tour and will be full of excitement. 


Away from the course and the putting green, Annabell is a passionate Cross-fitter. She focuses on her personal fitness to improve her golf but also enjoys the challenge that CrossFit presents and wants to help change the perceptions of female golf more broadly. 

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