In 2015, Julie played in just three tournaments and she retired from two through injury.
In 2014, Julie claimed her maiden Ladies European Tour title, winning the Sberbank Golf Masters at Golf Park Pilsen in the Czech Republic.
In 2013, Julie played in 15 tournaments and posted her best result at the China Suzhou Taihu Open, where finished tied for 13th. She ended the season ranked 77th on the ISPS Handa Order of Merit.
In 2012, Julie played in 18 tournaments and posted 3 top-10s finishes including a tie for 3rd at the China Suzhou Taihu Open, tied for 6th at the South African Women’s Open and 10th place at the Lacoste Ladies Open de France. She ended the season ranked 53rd on the ISPS Handa Order of Merit.
In 2011, earned a career best finish of 2nd at the Raiffeisenbank Prague Masters, finishing two strokes behind the winner, Jade Schaeffer, after firing a career low 65 in the final round. Also tied for 9th at the Deloitte Dutch Ladies Open. Finished 72nd on the Money List with season’s earnings of €30,551.24 from 12 tournaments.
In 2010, earned a season best tie for 22nd at the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters. Posted a career low 66 (-6) in the first round of the UNIQA Ladies Golf Open at Golfclub Fohrenwald, Wiener Neustadt, in Austria.
In 2009, recorded a career best tie for 10th place at the AIB Ladies Irish Open at Portmarnock Links, where she tied her career low 67 in the first round. She finished 76th on the Henderson Money List with season’s earnings of €20,621.94, retaining her full card for 2010.