In 2016, Florentyna competed in 16 LET tournaments which included an impressive 8 top-10 finishes on the way to finishing 3rd on the LET Order of Merit. Florentyna’s best performance of the season came at the Lalla Meryem Cup where she finished second.
In 2015, Florentyna played in 18 LET tournaments. Her season highlighted include finishing T2 at the RAVC Australian Ladies Masters, T5 at the Pilsen Golf Masters, T13 at the ISPS New Zealand Women’s Open and 13th at the Lalla Meryem Cup. She finished the season in 19th position in the Order of Merit, winning €82,826.75.
Florentyna also represented England at the World Ladies Championship with Holly Clyburn.
In 2014, Florentyna won the Italian Ladies Open by 1 shot. She made an albatross on the 14th hole of her last round. She also finished T4 at the Lacoste Ladies Open de France and T4 at the Cell C South African Women’s Open. She finished the season in 9th position in the Order of Merit.
In 2013, Florentyna played in 18 tournaments and recorded two top 10 finishes as follows: T6th at the Turkish Airlines Ladies Open and T7th at the Deloitte Ladies Open. She posted two further top 20s: T12th at the ISPS HANDA Women’s Australian Open and T16th at the Allianz Ladies Slovak Open presented by Respect.
In 2012, played in 18 tournaments and posted 3 top 10s: T2nd at the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open, 3rd at the China Suzhou Taihu Open and 10th at Deloitte Ladies Open. Season’s earnings: €101,237.47 (15th).
In 2011, Florentyna played in 24 LET events and had three top-ten finishes including a tie for second at the Turkish Airlines Ladies Open. Finished 7th at the Allianz Ladies Slovak Open and tied for 9th place at the Omega Dubai Ladies Open.
In 2010, Florentyna followed her impressive rookie season by picking up her first win at the ABN AMRO Ladies Open with a two shot victory over Krystle Caithness. With a further seven top ten finishes Florentyna finished 8th on the Henderson Money List.
In 2009, Florentyna made a spectacular start to life as a professional golfer. In her rookie year, she recorded two top ten finishes with her season best a tie for 2nd at the AIB Ladies Irish Open, supported by Ireland, at Portmarnock Links. She also tied for 5th at the Portugal Ladies Open. She was second in the race for the Ryder Cup Wales Rookie of the Year with earnings of €64,915.00 and was 24th on the Henderson Money List having played in 18 events.