Louise Duncan

Louise Duncan

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Louise Duncan is a well-known Scottish professional golf player. Louise Duncan has won the Women’s Amateur Championship 2021.

Early life

In February 2000, Louise Margaret Duncan was born in West Kilbride, North Ayrshire, Scotland. As of now, she is just 22 years old and his sun sign is not known yet as her date of birth is not revealed.

She holds the nationality as Scottish and belongs of mixed descent. She tends to be very private when it comes to her early life of childhood life.

Therefore, she has not revealed about her parents, siblings, and more. As per the sources, she went to the University of Stirling and played gold there.

Career

At a very young age of 10, Louise Duncan started playing golf. Additionally, she is a product of West Kilbride Golf Club on Scotland’s west coast. There she has been coached by club professional Iain Darroch.

As per the source, the player was an R&A Scholar. She was coached by former European Tour winner Dean Robertson, which was a great benefit. He also served as her caddie during the 2021 Women’s British Open.

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Caption: Louise Duncan during her game. Source: Getty Image

At the Scottish Girls’ Amateur Championship, she won the Fairhaven Trophy and was runner-up, in 2018. Similarly, she was 3rd at the Scottish Women’s Amateur Championship. It ws held at Kilmarnock (Barassie) Golf Club, in 2019. She triumphed at the Women’s Amateur Championship, in the year 2021.

Fortunately, she was the first Scot to win the Women’s Amateur since Alison Rose in 1997. Later on, she et recorded the largest winning margin in the championship’s history. In the match, she beat Jóhanna Lea Lúđvíksdóttir, 9 and 8. At the Girls Home Internationals, she has represented her country Scotland.

Also, she has participated in Women’s Home Internationals and the European Girls’ Team Championship. In the European Ladies’ Team Championship, she successfully represented her country. Moreover, she was part of Great Britain. Also, she was part of Ireland’s 2021 Curtis Cup team at Conwy Golf Club and in 2022 at Merion.

For the 2021 Women’s British Open at Carnoustie Golf Links, she was qualified by Women’s Amateur. In the match,  she was the breakout star of the week. She was tied for 4th place after rounds of 68, 73, and 68, only two strokes. And, it was behind joint leaders Nanna Koerstz Madsen and Anna Nordqvist. She finished in a tie for 10th place and had a final round of 72. At the trophy presentation, she joined Anna Norquist to accept the Smyth Salver for low amateur.

Net Worth

Louise Duncan has established a successful career in which she has been earning a good sum of money. As per the sources, her estimated net worth of her is $100,000. Throughout her career, she has been receiving events or series and earned prize money.

Similarly, she was the hat of  Ping, and Aberdeen Standard has sponsored her wearing. Unfortunately, she has not revealed her sponsorship deals.

Personal Life

Louise Duncan has been a quite private person when it comes to her personal life. On her Instagram account, she has been posting photos related to her career. But, as per the sources, she has been in a long-term relationship with Jordan Hughes.

It is said that the couple has been together for more than 3 years and living blissfully. Unfortunately, they have not shared a word about their first meeting. In June 2019, she shared a photo with her boyfriend for the first time.

Louise Duncan

Caption: Louise Duncan with her boyfriend. Source: Instagram

Body Measurements

Louise Duncan is very pretty and beautiful. She has a good height and has maintained a good body posture too. Thus, but, she has not disclosed her height, weight, body measurement, and more. But, the beautiful player has brown hair color and blue pairs of beautiful eyes.

Social Media

Additionally, she has an Instagram account named @Louiseeduncan, with 8,002 followers. Also, in her Twitter account named @Louiseeduncan, she has 3,143 followers.

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