Between 2014 – 2016, Karen has not played in any LET tournaments.
In 2013, Karen played in 12 tournaments with best season result of T16 at the World Ladies Championship. After playing her last event at the Honma Pilsen Masters, she decided to retire from professional competition after 28 years and also left her role as chairman on Board of Directors to become new CEO on the Australian Ladies Professional Golf (ALPG). She ended the season ranked 103rd on the ISPS Handa Order of Merit.
In 2012, Karen claimed her 10th LET title at the Lalla Meryem Cup at Golf de l’Ocean in Agadir, Morocco. She fired a final round five-under 66 to finish three clear of Marianne Skarpnord and Tandi Cuningham. Her next best finish was T10th at the Deutsche Bank Ladies Swiss Open. Season’s earnings €73,280.93 (35).
In 2011, posted three top-10 finishes on the LET, with a season-best tie for 6th at the Ladies Irish Open. Tied for 7th at the Deutsche Bank Ladies Swiss Open and UNIQA Ladies Golf Open. Finished 31st on the Money List with season’s earnings of €68,813.58.
In 2010, secured ninth LET victory at the Portugal Ladies Open at Campo Real near Lisbon with a superb final round of seven under par 65. Played the front nine in just 30 strokes for a six under par outward total, before coming home in one under par, sinking a crucial birdie putt at the last hole.
In 2004, appointed Chairman of the LET.
In 1995, best LPGA performance was a tie for 3rd at the Fieldcrest Cannon Classic.
In 1993, won the Weetabix Women’s British Open at Woburn and the Ford Order of Merit.
In 1992, almost gave up tournament golf but won last event of year – the Slovenian Open.
In 1986, earned first career win when she played through a snowstorm to win the Borlange Open in Sweden, the first time she had seen snow!