In 2016, Miriam competed in 7 LET tournaments and represented Brazil at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio. Her best performance of the season was secured at the ISPS Handa New Zealand Women’s Open where she finished in T10 position.
In 2015, Miriam played in 6 LET tournaments and had her best event at the Pilsen Golf Masters, where she came T14.
In 2014, Miriam played in 7 LET tournaments with her best finish of the season secured at the Deloitte Ladies Open where she came T25.
In 2013 she played in nine LET tournaments with her best result T9th at the weather-shortened South African Women’s Open. She equalled her career low round of 67 during round one of the Honma Pilsen Golf Masters.
In 2012, played 11 events, made 6 cuts and posted a season-best T16th at the Turkish Airlines Ladies Open. Season’s earnings: €20,527.22 (93).
Miriam best finish on Tour came at the Tenerife Spanish Ladies Open in 2005 where she finished Runner-up.
She competed on the LPGA Tour for 5 years. Her best finish came at the SBS LPGA Championship held in Hawaii where she placed in 5th position. She made her way to the LPGA through the LPGA Futures Tour after turning professional in 2001. Her lowest round of 63 gave her the first victory of her career in 2002.
Competed in three U.S. Women’s Open Championships (2003, 2005, 2008).
Member of the LPGA Tour (2002 – 2008).
Won 2004 LET Qualifying School.
Won the 2002 Grand Rapids FUTURES Classic – Grand Rapids, Mich.
2002 Capital Region FUTURES Classic – Altamonte, N.Y.