In 2015, Minea played in 13 tournaments with her best finish T19th at the Deloitte Ladies Open.
In 2014, Minea made 18 starts and her best result was T10th at the South African Women’s Open.
In 2013, Minea attended 15 events and recorded 3 top-10s finishes including two ties for 2nd at the South African Women’s Open and the Turkish Airlines Ladies Open. She ended the season ranked 46th on the ISPS Handa Order of Merit
In 2012, Minea played in 9 events and finished 89th on the ISPS Handa Order of Merit. Her best finish was T6th at the Turkish Airlines Ladies Open.
In 2011, Minea played in 13 tournaments on the LET and recorded three top-10 finishes, including 2nd place at the UniCredit Ladies German Open, 3rd at the Lacoste Ladies Open de France and a tie for 5th at the Sanya Ladies Open in China. She finished 25th on the season-ending Money List with earnings of €83,386.50.
In 2010, played in two LET events with a season best tie for 18th at the Finnair Masters.
In 2009, Minea played in seven events on the LET with a season best tie for 3rd at the Finnair Masters in Finland.
In 2008, won the Finnair Masters at Helsinki Golf Club on home soil in Finland after a sensational final day battle with Ursula Wikstrom, her compatriot and friend.
In 2005, represented Finland alongside Riikka Hakkarainen in the inaugural Women’s World Cup of Golf at Fancourt H&CC in South Africa in February. The same year, she recorded two runner-up finishes, at the OTP Bank Central European Open in Hungary and the Ladies English Open at Chart Hills.
In 2004, turned professional and won twice on the Nedbank Women’s Golf Tour in South Africa early in the season at the Pam Golding Ladies International and the Telcom Women’s Classic. First professional appearance on the LET was a tie for 4th at the Tenerife Ladies Open. Won OTP Bank Central European Open in Hungary which included a Tour record 62 in round one, also becoming the third youngest winner of an LET event at 19-years and 128 days old. Carded a world record ten under par 62 at Sunningdale during the third round of the Weetabix Women’s British Open becoming the first player, male or female to shoot ten under par in a major championship. Also played her hero Annika Sörenstam in an exhibition skins match at her home club in Finland prior to the 2004 HP Open. This time, Annika said: ‘The old girl won!’