In 2015, Lydia took most of the year out to recover from surgery. She returned in style with a T37th finish at the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters.
In 2014, from 12 starts, Lydia’s best finish was T7th at the Helsingborg Open.
In 2013, Lydia played in 17 tournaments with a best season finish tied for 19th at the ISPS Handa New Zealand Women’s Open. She ended the season ranked 107th on the Money List.
In 2012, Lydia earned her first LET victory at the ISPS Handa Ladies British Masters at Buckinghamshire Golf Club in England in mid August. She shot rounds of 66, 71 and 72 in ideal, sunny conditions for a fantastic seven under par 54-hole total ending one clear of Beth Allen of the United States. Lydia’s next best finish of the season was a tie for 22nd at the Sanya Ladies Open in China. She was 16th on the ISPS Handa Order of Merit, her best position in five years on tour.
In 2011, best finish was a tie for 9th at the Portugal Ladies Open. Finished 5th at the Tenerife Ladies Match Play, which was a non-official LET event. Ended 75th on the money list with season’s earnings of €25,797.00.
In 2010, posted two top-10 finishes. Recorded a career best tie for 6th at the Lalla Meryem Cup in Morocco, with a 66 in the third and final round and tied for 8th at the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters. Finished 57th on the Henderson Money List with earnings of €37,697.40 from 18 tournaments.
In 2009, played in 18 tournaments and made 10 cuts with her best finish a tie for ninth at the Comunitat Valenciana European Nations Cup, where she represented Wales for the second time, alongside Becky Brewerton. Individually, her best finish was 13th at the HypoVereinsbank Ladies German Open where she shot a career low 66 (-6) in the third round. She finished the year ranked 60th on the Henderson Money List with season’s earnings of €28,329.38.
In 2008, posted a season best tie for 18th at the Portugal Ladies Open. Tied for 18th with Eleanor Pilgrim at the VCI European Ladies Golf Cup.