In 2016, Rebecca played in 12 events with her best finish T8th at the Buick Championship.
In 2015, Rebecca Artis earned her second Ladies European Tour trophy when she fired a closing 66 to clinch a two-shot triumph over Suzann Pettersen in the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open at Dundonald Links in Troon. She posted 3 further top 10 finishes throughout the season, including T4th at the ISPS HANDA Ladies European Masters, ending 7th on the 2015 LET Order of Merit.
In 2014, Rebecca played in 10 tournaments on the LET. Her best finish was 2nd at the Helsingborg Open where she was the defending champion and she ended T3rd at the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open at Archerfield Links.
In 2013, Rebecca earned her first Ladies European Tour victory at the Helsingborg Open and had three additional top-10s. She also posted a career-low 64 (-6) during the final round of the Lacoste Ladies Open de France and ended the season ranked 16th on the ISPS Handa Order of Merit as the top Australian on tour.
In 2012, Rebecca played in 22 tournaments and recorded her first two top-10 s finishes including a tie for 3rd at the ISPS Handa Ladies British Masters and tie for 8th at the Deutsche Bank Ladies Swiss Open. She ended the season ranked 45th on the ISPS Handa Order of Merit with total of €63,049.95 earnings.
In 2011, despite be injured during the latter part of the season, Rebecca played in 19 tournaments and recorded a season-best tie for 12th at the UNIQA Ladies Golf Open in Austria. She finished 70th on the Money List with earnings of €31,163.11.
In 2010, recorded six top-20 finishes in her rookie season on the LET with a season-best tie for 12th at the Open de France Feminin and a tie for 15th at the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters. Finished 44th on the Henderson Money List with season’s earnings of €49,129.32 from 19 tournaments.