In 2016, Giulia competed in 8 LET tournaments, securing 2 top-20 finishes. Giulia best performance of the season came at the Andalucia Costa Del Sol Open De Espana Femenino where she finished in T18 position.
In 2015, Giulia played in 6 LET tournaments, secured her best finish of the season at the Hero Women’s Indian Open (6th) and finished 68th in the Order of Merit, winning €21,549.60
In 2014, Giulia secured her best performance of the season at the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open where she came T19.
In 2013, Giulia played in 5 LET events and her best result was 8th at the ISPS HANDA New Zealand Women’s Open. She also played in 24 events on the LPGA and recorded four top-10s including T7 at the Kraft Nabisco Championship. Giulia was a member of the first European Solheim Cup Team to win in the United States and posted a 0-1-1 record on her Cup debut, earning half a point from her singles match against Jessica Korda.
In 2012, played 9 events and made 7 cuts, posting 2 top-10 finishes: T7 at both the World Ladies Championship and UniCredit Ladies German Open presented by Audi. Earned €83,545.56, finishing 26th on the Order of Merit. Also ended the season placed 4th on the European Solheim Cup standings.
In 2011, Giulia played in 12 events on the LET and earned six top-10 finishes including a career best finish of second at the Sicilian Ladies Italian Open. She tied for second at the New Zealand Women’s Open, T3 at the UNIQA Ladies Golf Open, 5th at the Ladies Irish Open, tied for 6th at the Lacoste Ladies Open de France and tied for 9th at the Suzhou Taihu Ladies Open. This was her best season to date on the LET, with earnings of €90,224.44. She also played 12 tournaments on the LPGA and finished ranked 95th with a total of season’s earnings of $50,090.00.
In 2010, Giulia played in 8 events on the LET with a season best T4 at the Women’s Australian Open. She finished 41st on the Henderson Money List with season earnings of €51,020.50. On the LPGA, Guilia best finish was a T15 at the Navistar LPGA Classic.