Professional golfer Carly Booth.


I grew up on a farm outside a small village called Comrie, in Perthshire, Scotland. Growing up I
competed at national level in gymnastics and went to Stirling Swimming Club. My oldest
brother played golf so I followed in his footsteps. My dad built a small golf course on the farm
for both of us to work on our golf games.

I had a very successful amateur golf career, starting out with becoming the the youngest ever
winner of a Ladies Club Championship in Britain at the age of 11, but most notably being the
youngest ever GB&I Curtis Cup player at the time in 2008.

I turned golf professional in December 2009 when I became the youngest Scot to ever gain
their Ladies European Tour (LET) card at the age of 17 while finishing my last year at
Glenalmond College. I have won twice on the LET and once on the Ladies Access Tour.
Mixing with people comes naturally to me, having been in the golf spotlight from a very early
age. I am a confident, friendly and sociable person who loves to entertain, especially when I
get the chance to show off my gymnastic skills.

I have a great deal of networking experience due to my requirement to find sponsorship to
cover my tournament costs every year. This has also helped me run my own charity golf day for
the past two years, where I have raised money for British Disability Powerlifting.

As well as golf, I have done various TV and magazine interviews, appeared on a couple of
children’s TV programs, took part in a CNN promotion video for “Incredible India” and have
become a regular in youtube videos for the LET, Rick Shiels golf, Peter Finch Golf and Golf

I have also done some modelling, the highlight being part of the 2013 ESPN The Magazine’s
“body issue." Other modelling assignments include Sport Uncovered UK, World Wide Golf
magazine, Golf Punk magazine, Nike, Puma and Volvik.


Started my high school education at Morrisons Academy in Crieff, Scotland. Was there for two
years, then went to America for two years. My first year was at the David Leadbetter Golf
Academy in Bradenton, Florida and the second year at Red Mountain High School in
Scottsdale, Arizona. Obtained the first ever golf scholarship at Glenalmond College, near Perth,
Scotland for my final two years. Left there with 3 A levels in English Literature, Physical
Education and Art.

Professional Golf Achievements:

2017 - Represented Europe in the Queens Cup
2017 - Tied 1st U.S. Women’s Open Sectional Qualifier Europe
2016 - Won Costa Naravino Greece Aegean Pro Am
2015 - 10th Turkish Airline Ladies Open
2013 - 4th Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Ladies Open
2012 - Won Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Ladies Open presented by Event Scotland
2012 - Won Deutsche Bank Ladies Swiss Open
2012 - 7th Allianz Ladies Slovak Open
2012 - 7th Ladies Irish Open
2012 - Won Dinard Ladies Open (LET Access)
2009 - Became the youngest ever Scottish player to gain their Ladies European Tour Card

Notable Amateur Golf Achievements:

2008 - Scottish Girls U18’s Champion, 2008 - Member of the GB&I Curtis Cup Team (youngest
ever at the time) 2008 - LET English Ladies Open (Best Amateur), 2008 - Qualified for Europe in
the Junior Ryder Cup, 2007 - Scottish Girls U18’s Champion, 2007 - Scottish Girls U21’s
Champion, 2007 - European Young Masters Champion (U16’s), 2007 - LET Scottish Ladies
Open (Best Amateur) at the Carrick, Loch Lomond, 2007 - Won the Junior Daily Telegraph
Open in Dubai, 2006 – Won the St Leonards Open Tournament, 2006 – Member of the Junior
Ryder Cup Team, 2005 – Part of the Scotland 3 Girl Team to win the St Leonards U16’s Open,
2005 – Won the Scottish Mixed Foursomes with Craig Watson, 2005 – P&K Ladies County
Champion, 2005 – P&K Ladies Champion of Champions, 2005 – Won the Ladies Club
Championship at Crieff, 2005 – Won the Heysham U18 Girls Open and qualified for the Daily
Telegraph finals in Dubai, 2004 – Won the Stroke play Qualifier in the Scottish Girls U18’s, 2004
– Won the Perth and Kinross Schools Championship, 2004 – Won U12’s at the St Leonards
U16’s Open, 2004 – Won the Scottish Mixed Foursomes with Craig Watson, 2004 – Won the
European Tour Pro-am w/ Sandy Lyle at Forest of Arden, 2004 – Won the P&K Ladies
Champion of Champions, 2004 – Won the Ladies Club Championship at Comrie Golf Club,
2004 – Won the Ladies Club Championship at Auchterarder Golf Club, 2004 – Won Faldo
Series at both Loch Lomond and Blairgowrie, therefore winning the Scottish section of the
Faldo Series. 2003 - Dunblane Ladies Club Champion - The youngest ever in Britain aged 11

International Representation in Golf:

2017 Queens Cup (Europe) - Professional
2008 Curtis Cup Team (GB&I)
2006, 2008 Junior Ryder Cup Team (Europe)
2007, 2009 Scotland Women’s Home International Team
2004-2008 Scotland Girls Home International Team
2005-2008 Scotland’s European Girls Team
2004, 2005 Faldo Junior Series Team

Social Media/TV/Modelling Facts:

• 89k followers on Instagram
• 43.6k followers on Twitter
• Regular appearances on Youtube channels
• Rick Shiels Golf
• Peter Finch Golf
• Golf Punk
• 2013 ESPN The Magazine’s “body issue”
• 2015 Golf Punk - The Golf Nurse
• 2016 Sport Uncovered UK 2016
• CNN “Incredible India”
• TV interviews since the age of 8
• Magazine/Newspaper interviews since the age of 8
Other Interesting Facts:
• Honorary Member of Comrie Golf Club
• Handicap before turning pro: +3.5
• Scottish U10’s Gymnastic Champion
• Father won a Silver Medal for Wrestling at the 1966 Commonwealth Games
• Mother played netball at a high standard
• Oldest brother Wallace is also a professional golfer
• Paul, my other brother competes in the Special Olympics. He has won Gold medals at both
European and World Championship level in Power Lifting.
• Did a sponsored sky dive in Dubai to raise money for the Special Olympics.
• Father built a small 17 hole golf course on the farm for my oldest brother and myself to