In 2016, Suzann competed in 3 LET tournaments and secured her best finish at the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters coming T35. Suzann represented Norway at the 2016 Olympic Games as women’s golf returned following a 116 year absence (finishing in 11th position) and also played in 21 LPGA events, making 19 cuts.
In 2015, Suzann played in 4 LET tournaments and finished in the top-5, 3 times. She secured her best finish on the LET for the season at the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open, where she came second.
Suzann earned her 15th career LPGA victory; first of the season, in the Manulife LPGA Classic at Whistle Bear Golf Club in Ontario, Canada, in June.
Suzann, represented Europe at the 2015 Solheim Cup hosted at Golf Club St. Leon-Rot, and won 2 points for her team.
In 2014, on the LET: best finish 2nd at the World Ladies Championship in China. On the LPGA: 24 events, 23 cuts made, 10 top-10 finishes, $1,001,927 (11). Season-best finish was tie for second at the RICOH Women’s British Open (co-sanctioned).
In 2013, Suzann enjoyed her most successful season in 12 years as a professional.
She ended the year as the World No.2 just behind Inbee Park and in additional to her LET career money, had accumulated more than $11,664,446.50 in career winnings on the LPGA. She won five tournaments around the world and posted 11 additional top 10 finishes. On the LET, she won the Mission Hills World Ladies Championship and The Evian Championship: her second Major. The Evian Championship was jointly sanctioned by the LET and LPGA and was recognized as a Major on the LPGA for the first time in 2013, although it was reduced to three rounds due to adverse weather. She also tied for 4th at the Ricoh Women’s British Open.
She won the LET’s ISPS HANDA Order of Merit for the first time in her career with earnings of €518,448.81 from three tournaments. On the LPGA, she won the 2013 LPGA LOTTE Championship, Safeway Classic, The Evian Championship* and Sunrise Taiwan LPGA Championship. Suzann’s year was highlighted by her seventh appearance in The Solheim Cup and her third appearance on a winning team as Europe won for the first time in the United States at Colorado Golf Club. Suzann earned 2 ½ points with a 2-1-1 record, taking her all-time record to 14-9-6 with 17 total points scored.
In 2012, played 4 LET events with a best finish of 2nd at the Ladies Irish Open. Season’s earnings: €69,211.93 (39). 2012 LPGA season in a nutshell: played 24 events, 23 cuts made, $1,182,860 (9), five top-10 finishes. Recorded back-to-back victories at the LPGA KEB HanaBank Championship and the Sunrise LPGA Taiwan Championship Presented by Audi. Sixth consecutive season to cross the $1 million in season earnings.
In 2011, Suzann played the majority of her season on the LPGA and had a sensational season including 2 wins and 11 top-ten finishes. First victory came in May at the Sybase Match Play Championship and her second win at the Safeway Classic Presented by Coca-Cola. She finished fifth at the Money List and made a total of $1,322,770.00 season’s earning. She also played three LET events which included a win at the Ladies Irish Open and tied for 6th place at the Evian Masters. Made her sixth appearance at the Solheim Cup and helped lead the European Team to victory by securing one of the most important points in the Sunday singles.
In 2010, Suzann played the majority of her season on the LPGA. Finished runner-up at the Honda PTT LPGA Thailand, the Kraft Nabisco Championship and the Bell Micro LPGA Classic; tied for second at the U.S. Women’s Open, the CN Canadian Women’s Open and the Lorena Ochoa Invitational with season’s earnings of $1,557,174.50. Suzann’s best finish on the LET was 5th at the Evian Masters Presented by Société Générale.