Saturday, December 29, 2018

Hannah McCook has turned professional. We wish her the best of luck

From Hannah McCook

Time to start a new chapter in my golf career. I am delighted to say I am now a professional.

This wouldn’t have been possible without the unconditional support from my family and friends. 

A massive thanks has to go to Scottish Golf. Without them I wouldn’t be where I am. It has been the greatest honour and privilege to have represented Scotland around the world. 

I am very excited for this next chapter and thank everyone so far in my journey.
Hannah McCook 
Hannah McCook 

Club: Grantown-on-Spey
County: Northern Counties
Birth Year: 1993
Coach: David Torrance

Profile

Starting with a 7-iron, a putter, and a six-hole course, Hannah first played golf at the age of six. Hannah first played for Scotland at under 16 level in 2009, then in the Girls and Ladies Home Internationals, and European Team Championships. The University of Stirling Sports Studies graduate represented Great Britain at the World University Golf Championships and the World Student Games in Korea. In 2016, Hannah enjoyed her best year yet, topping the Women’s Order of Merit – a feat she emulated in 2017, helped by seven top-10s. McCook also won the end of season Scottish Women’s Champion of Champions event at Glasgow Gailes.

Achievements

Individual wins: 2018: Scottish Ladies Order of Merit Winner Welsh Ladies Open Stroke-play Champion Irish Womens Open Stroke-play Champion Scottish Amateur Semi Final South American Amateur 5th place
2017: Scottish Ladies Order of Merit Winner, Scottish Champion of Champions Winner, 3rd place Welsh Ladies Open Strokeplay
2016: Scottish Ladies Order of Merit Winner Scottish Amateur Semi Final
2015: Runner up Argentine Amateur Winner of R&A Bursars Runner Up Scottish Universities
2014: Scottish Universities Champion Scottish Ladies Junior Open Strokeplay Runner Up British Universities Runner Up
2012: British Universities Champion Scottish Universities Runner Up
Team: Scotland Girls Home International Team 2010, 2011 Scotland Girls Team at European Team Championships 2011 Scotland Ladies Home International Team, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 Scotland ladies Team at European Team Championships, 2016, 2017, 2018 Scotland Ladies Team at World Amateur Team Championship 2018 Team GB at World University Golf Championship 2012, 2014 Team GB at World University Games, 2015

Did You Know?
Hannah became Scottish Schools Ski champion in her first year of secondary school and also plays the bagpipes. She also competes in golf whilst managing type one diabetes.
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