In 2016, Gwladys competed in 17 LET tournaments which included 5 top-20 finishes. Her standout performances during the year were finishing in T6 position at both the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open and also at the Sanya Ladies Open.
Gwladys also represented France as women’s golf returned to the Olympic Games following a 116 year absence. She finished in T39 position in Rio.
In 2015, Gwladys played in 17 LET tournaments. She secured an extremely impressive 11 top-10 finishes and won the Lalla Meryem Cup. She finished in 4th position in the Order of Merit, winning €214,065.90.
Gwladys, represented Europe at the 2015 Solheim Cup hosted at Golf Club St. Leon-Rot, and won 1 point for her team.
In 2014, won the Hero Women’s Indian Open at Delhi Golf Club and recorded 8 other top 10 finishes, ending second on the order of merit behind Charley Hull.
In 2013, after five years without a victory, Gwladys was finally back in the winner’s circle where she belonged, with two wins in 2013. She played in 21 tournaments and racked up four additional top-10s including T2 at the Lacoste Ladies Open de France, where she had a second-round 63, to cap a superb year. Gwladys earned a four stroke win at the Allianz Ladies Slovak Open presented by Respect and then held off the 2012 champion Carlota Ciganda to win the Suzhou Taihu Ladies Open in China by two strokes.
In 2012, played 22 events and posted 4 top 10 finishes: 5th at the Gold Coast RACV Ladies Masters, T5th at the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters, T8th at the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open and T9th at the Tenerife Open de Espana Femenino. Season’s earnings: €99,744.81 (17).
In 2011, played in 13 tournaments on the LET and recorded two top-10 finishes including 2nd at the Portugal Ladies Open and tied 3rd at the Sicilian Ladies Italian Open. On the LPGA, T54 at the HSBC Women’s Champions; T59 at the Honda LPGA Thailand.
In 2010, Gwladys played in nine LET tournaments and recorded four top-10 finishes. Tied for 5th at the New Zealand Women’s Open, Allianz Ladies Slovak Open and European Nations Cup (team event representing France with Jade Schaeffer). Also tied for 10th at the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters.
On the LPGA, best finish was second at the CVS/pharmacy LPGA Challenge; tied for sixth at the LPGA State Farm Classic; tied for 17th at the RICOH Women’s British Open; tied for 23rd at the Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia; tied for 24th at the Kraft Nabisco Championship and tied for 53rd at the Evian Masters Presented by Société Générale.
In 2009, Gwladys posted seven top ten finishes with a season-best finish of 2nd at the Suzhou Taihu Ladies Open in China; tied for 2nd at the AIB Ladies Irish Open, tied for 3rd at the UNIQA Ladies Golf Open in Austria, tied for 4th at the ANZ Ladies Masters, was 5th at the Carta S? Ladies Italian Open, was 8th at the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters and tied for 8th at the Deutsche Bank Ladies Open. In addition, she tied for 2nd at the Comunitat Valenciana European Nations Cup representing France with Anne-Lise Caudal. She also competed on her third consecutive European Solheim Cup Team, earning the most points for her team with 3-1/2. She finished 16th at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament, where she earned Priority List Category 11 for the 2010 LPGA season.
In 2008, won five tournaments: the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open, ABN AMRO Ladies Open, SAS Ladies Masters, Goteborg Masters, and Madrid Ladies Masters; also won the LET’s New Star Money List for the first time with season’s earnings of €391,839.58. Gwladys broke several all-time LET records en route to victory at the Goteborg Masters at Lycke Golf Club. Returned the best 72-hole score in the LET’s 30-year history, 29-under-par 259, which broke Laura Davies’ previous record in relation to par of 25-under 267, set at the 1995 Guardian Irish Holidays Open at St Margaret’s.
In 2007, won the KLM Ladies Open in Holland and EMAAR-MGF Ladies Masters in India. Represented Europe for a second time in the 2007 Solheim Cup and posted a 1-2-1 win-loss-draw record.
In 2006, won her maiden LET title at the Deutsche Bank Ladies Swiss Open, which she followed up with her second European title in four weeks at the BMW Ladies Italian Open; secured her third title inside ten weeks at the Catalonia Ladies Masters.
In 2005, made European Solheim Cup Team debut.