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Charley's Bio

Charley Hull was born in Kettering, England on 20th March 1996. By the age of two Charley owned her first golf club and over the next few years could regularly be found developing her talent at the nearby Kettering Golf Club. Seven years later, at the age of just nine, Charley came to public attention winning her first adult event at Turnberry. At 11 she became a member of Woburn Golf Club, where she won the Ladies’ Club Championship aged 14. By the time Charley was 16 she was ranked third in the World Amateur Golf Rankings and had won numerous amateur events in both Europe and America.

On the 1st January 2013 Charley turned professional and made her debut on the Ladies European Tour two months later in March. Clearly undeterred by her newly adopted professional status Charley got off to a blistering start recording five consecutive second place finishes. In addition to this Charley recorded five further top-10 finishes on the Ladies European Tour during 2013 and finished the season in sixth place on the Tour’s Order of Merit.

Charley’s highly impressive season saw her become the 2013 LET Rookie of the Year and she was also voted the Best International Newcomer by the Sports Journalists’ Association. In the same year her ability and professionalism caught the eye of Liselotte Neumann, the 2013 Solheim Cup Captain, who selected Charley as the youngest player in history to compete in the tournament. On an exciting final day Charley recorded Europe’s first singles point after defeating 2010 US Open Champion Paula Creamer 5&4. Europe went on to win the singles session 7 1/2 – 4 1/2 and with it became the first European squad to win the Solheim Cup on U.S. soil.

On the 16th March, 2014, just four days prior to Charley’s 18th birthday, she recorded her first professional win at the Lalla Meryem Cup in Morocco. After shooting a final round of 62 (-9) Charley made up the five shot deficit from the overnight leader Gwladys Nocera to force a sudden death play-off and secured her maiden LET victory on the first extra hole. Charley finished the 2014 season as the youngest ever LET Order of Merit winner.

An impressive start to her 2015 season allowed Charley to secure her LPGA card for the year. This in addition to her previous year results earned her entry into all 5 of the Majors for the first time. Charley was automatically selected for the 2015 Solheim Cup on her World Ranking points. She played in all 5 matches and scored 4 points from a possible 5 for Team Europe, the highest of any team member.

The highlight of 2016 was Charley’s maiden victory on the LPGA. She held a one-shot lead going into the final round and set a new tournament record of 19-under part to capture the CME Group Tour Championship by two shots. Charley qualified to represent England in the UL International Crown, a team match play competition featuring the best female golfers from the top eight countries across the globe. In addition, Charley represented Great Britain in the Olympic Games in Rio where golf was included again after an absence of over 100 years.

Charley reached her highest Rolex Ranking to date of 15th in the world early in 2017. She had a consistent year with three top ten finishes. She once again qualified to represent Europe in the Solheim Cup. Charley won one-and-a-half out of a possible three in her matches against a strong American team.

Charley has had a great start to her 2018 season with four top ten finishes to date.

Quick Takes 

The age Charley first picks up a golf club 


Shoots 8 under to win the Ladies’ Club Champs at Woburn


Wins the Women’s Amateur Championship at Turnberry


Charley won ten amateur titles before the age of 17


Charley hit a drive of 332 yards at the 2015 Lalla Meryem Cup at Golf De L’Ocean, Morocco  


Charley recorded 5 consecuvtive 2nd place finishes in her 2013 rookie season


Charley’s age when selected, becoming the youngest Solheim Cup player in history


Charley picked up an impressive 4 points for Team Europe at the 2015 Solheim Cup.

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