Highly decorated golfer and passionate mental health advocate, seeks success in all areas of her life
Golfing prodigy Carly Booth has proven her skills from age 11 where she became the youngest ladies club champion in Britain and has only improved since, winning three Ladies European Tours, and representing her country on numerous occasions.
With professional golfer, Wallace Booth as a brother, Carly was able to reach a skill level beyond other 17-year-olds. With granting her the youngest Scottish person ever to qualify for the Ladies European Tour and further engraving her name into history books.
Carly is an advocate for mental health and is supporting John Junior with their mental health campaign to make dialectical behaviour therapy more widely available on the NHS.