In 2016, Lee-Ann competed in 3 LET tournaments and secured 2 top-20 finishes. Lee-Ann’s best finish came at the ISPS Handa Ladies European Masters where she came in fifth position.
In 2015 Lee-Anne played the majority of her golf on the LPGA. She teed it up 24 events, with her best result tied 6th in The Evian Championship (major). She posted another 4 top-20 results and finished 46th on the Money List with $367,231.
In 2014 Lee-Anne concentrated on the LPGA tour where, after attending Q-School in December 2013 she gained a conditional card for the 2014 season. Lee-Anne also played several LET events when her schedule permitted.
2014 ended up being a memorable year for the Lee-Anne, not only did she capture her ninth LET title when she came from behind to win her national Open, the South African Women’s Open for the first time (in October), the very next week she won her first LPGA title in the LPGA Blue Bay in China.
Lee-Anne finished the year 38th on the LPGA Money List with $467,559. She played 11 events on the LET and finished 3rd of the Order of Merit with Euros 167,005.82.
In 2013, Lee-Anne played full time on the LET and was the only player to win three titles; Turkish Airlines Ladies Open, the Open de Espana and the Sanya Ladies Open in China. She notched six additional top ten finishes- and ended the year ranked second on the ISPS HANDA Order of Merit with season’s earnings of €250,927.42. She was voted as the ‘Player’s Player of the Year by her fellow professional golfers on the LET for the second time, three years after last winning this award in 2010.
In 2012, played 19 events, posted 6 top 10 finishes with a season-best T2nd at the South African Women’s Open. Season’s earnings: €159,616.91 (7th)
In 2011, Lee-Anne played in 21 LET events and recorded nine top-10 finishes including 3 second places. Her best performances were at the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters, where finished outright second.
2010 was unforgettable, picking up 5 victories on her way to winning the Money List. She claimed her maiden Ladies European Tour victory at the Deutsche Bank Ladies Swiss Open at Golf Gerre Losone. She then claimed the S4C Wales Championship at Conwy and the Finnair Masters at Helsinki Golf Club. Needing to seal her place at the top of the Henderson Money List she won back-to-back events in China: the Sanya Ladies Open at Yalong Bay Golf Club and the Suzhou Taihu Ladies Open at Suzhou Taihu International Golf Club. She posted five other top-10 finishes including a tie for 2nd at the Aberdeen Ladies Scottish Open. She won the 2010 Henderson Money List, becoming the first ever South African in LET history to do so. She was also voted as the Players’ Player of the Year receiving an overwhelming majority with 92 per cent of the vote.