In 2016, Malene played in 15 tournaments and recorded 5 top-10 finishes including a season-best T5th at the Lacoste Ladies Open de France.
In 2015, Malene had another impressive season, playing in 14 LET tournaments and securing 4 top-10s including two 3rd place finishes at both The Helsingborg Open and Lacoste Ladies Open de France. She finished in 16th place in the Order of Merit, winning €96,436.09.
In 2014, Malene played in 18 LET events. She had a superb year which included winning the Deloitte Ladies Open and finishing 2nd at the Turkish Ladies Open. She finished the season in 15th place in the Order of Merit winning €94,637.64.
In 2013, Malene enjoyed her most successful season on tour to date. She played in 12 tournaments and posted 2 top-10 finishes with best finish T7 at The Helsingborg Open. She ended the season ranked 41st on Money list.
In 2012, played 17 events, made 7 cuts with best finish a tie for 12th at the Lalla Meryem Cup in Morocco…season’s earnings €17,416.25 (100)… returned to Lalla Aicha Tour School and finished 7th earning her full playing rights in category 8a.
In 2011, best finish was a tie for 8th at the Allianz Ladies Slovak Open. Also tied for 9th at the Portugal Ladies Open. Finished 56th on the Money List with earnings of 44,640.37 from 19 tournaments.
In 2010, played in 16 events and posted two top-10 finishes with a career best of 7th at the Finnair Masters. Also tied for 9th at the Deutsche Bank Ladies Swiss Open, where she shot a career low 65 (-7) in the second round at Golf Gerre Losone. Finished 48th on the Henderson Money List with season’s earnings of €43,535.15.
In 2009, Malene posted two top-20 finishes with her season best finish a tie for 16th at the Finnair Masters, followed by a tie for 18th at the Portugal Ladies Open. From 13 events played, Malene earned €17,762.91 and finished 85th on the Henderson Money List, which was inside the top 80 on the exemption rankings, earning her full card for 2010.