In 2016, Melissa competed in 9 LET tournaments and secured 4 top-10 finishes. Melissa’s best finish of the season came at the Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open where she finished in T3 position.
In 2015, Melissa won the Turkish Airlines Ladies Open, leading the field from start to finish. She played in 14 LET tournaments and secured 9 top-15 finishes. She finished the season in 2nd position in the Order of Merit, winning €249,150.57.
Melissa, represented Europe at the 2015 Solheim Cup hosted at Golf Club St. Leon-Rot, and won 3 1/2 points for her team.
In 2014, Melissa played in 14 LET events, with a best placed finish of 2nd at the Allianz Ladies Slovak Open presented by Respect.
In 2013, Melissa played in 12 LET events and she recorded two top ten finishes including a season-best result of T7th at the Deloitte Ladies Open in Holland.
In 2012, Melissa played in 10 LET events. She claimed her fourth LET title at the Raiffeisenbank Prague Golf Masters on June 26 at Albatross Golf Resort in an emotional finale to her first event back after she lost her mother, Joy, in a tragic road accident in Germany four weeks previously. She earned two top 10 finishes earlier in the season: T7th at the World Ladies Championship and T4th at the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open presented by EventScotland. She retired from the final event of the season, the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters, due to injury. Season’s earnings: €82,752.69 (28).
In 2011, Melissa recorded two wins in the Deloitte Dutch Ladies Open at Broekpolder GC and the Open de Espa?a Femenino at La Quinta GC plus six top ten finishes including tied second at the ISPS HANDA Women’s Australian Open. She tied for third three times: at Ladies Irish Open, UNIQA Ladies Golf Open and Suzhou Taihu Ladies Open and, finally, tied for fourth at the New Zealand Women’s Open and Turkish Airlines Ladies Open. She was a first-time member of the European Solheim Cup team having earned her place on the team by leading the Ladies European Tour’s Solheim Cup points’ list.
In 2010, broke through with her first victory as a professional at the Turkish Airlines Ladies Open at National Golf Club in Belek, Antalya; finished two strokes clear of Iben Tinning and Christel Boeljon. Posted 10 additional top-10 finishes, the most on tour all year, including 2nd at the UniCredit Ladies German Open, tied for 2nd at the S4C Wales Championship, 3rd at the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters, tied for 3rd at the UNIQA Ladies Golf Open, 4th at the AIB Ladies Irish Open, tied for 6th at the Lalla Meryem Cup, tied for 7th at the Tenerife Ladies Open, tied for 8th at the Allianz Ladies Slovak Open, tied for 9th at the Korean Ladies Masters, tied for 10th at the Open de France Feminin. Finished 3rd on the Henderson Money List: her best position in three years on Tour.
In 2009, Melissa recorded 8 top ten finishes. She posted a season-best of 2nd at the Deutsche Bank Ladies Swiss Open, tied for third at both the Women’s Australian Open and HypoVereinsbank Ladies German Open. She finished 7th on the Henderson Money List with season’s earnings of €168,749.67 from 14 events played.
In 2008 Melissa became the Ryder Cup Wales Rookie of the Year, in association with the Bill Johnson Trophy. She finished 2nd three times in 2008, at the ABN AMRO Ladies Open in the Netherlands, the Oxfordshire Ladies English Open and the Nykredit Masters in Denmark.