LET Tour Order of Merit

Gemma finishes the 2017 season in 49th place.


Welcome to my official website




I started playing golf when my Dad introduced me to the game at age 4. I played all sorts of sports growing up but I decided to concentrate on golf at the age of 15 when I moved to Florida to go to IMG Academy. IMG Academy is a sports school that offers elite coaching as well as schooling. I spent two and a half years there working on my game, including playing in the elite AJGA (American Junior Golf Association) events. My goal from the start was to gain a scholarship to a US university to play college golf. I decided to go to Tulane University in New Orleans.

I loved every minute of my time at Tulane. College golf was a great stepping stone from junior golf to professional golf and my game really improved over the four years I spent there having played in three National Championships and receiving the three-time All-Conference selection. I also won two career titles including a T1st finish in our Conference Championship. I graduated from Tulane in May 2015. During amateur golf, I played for Scotland in the World Amateur Championship in Japan, the Spirit International in the US, the European Team Championships, and in two South American Amateur Championships in Colombia and Peru where I finished runner-up in both. The highlight of my amateur career was playing for GB&I in the 2014 Curtis Cup in St Louis, Missouri.

After finishing at Tulane I turned professional and decided to play in both LPGA and LET qualifying schools at the end of 2015 where I gained a full LET card and a full Symetra card. In 2016 I finished T10th in my first LET event in New Zealand and finished 60th on the LET order of merit to keep my full card for the 2017 season. I also kept my full card for the Symetra Tour for the 2017 season through LPGA Q school. This year, I won my first professional event in Sydney, Australia on the ALPG tour and played in my first LPGA events at the Australian Open in Adelaide and the Ladies Scottish Open at Dundonald. I will continue to play on both sides of the Atlantic in 2018.

Date of birth




Turned Pro







 Football, tennis & basketball




Rogue 11.5°

Shaft: Diamana Regular

Fairway Woods


Epic 3w+ 14.5° Shaft: Fujikura Pro 63 Flex S

Epic 5w 18° Shaft: Tour AD Graphite Design TP-6 Flex SR

Epic Hybrid 22° Shaft: Fujikura Pro 63 Flex R



Apex 5-pw

Shaft: KBS C Taper lite, 105, regular flex



MD3 Milled 50, 54 & 58

Shaft: KBS C Taper lite, 105, regular flex



O-Works Red 7S SS Pistol

Rosemark grip



Pro V1

Footjoy shoes, Titleist gloves

Favourite things

Other than golf that would be Football.

Aberdeen FC and Manchester Utd.


I Wanna Dance with Somebody by Whitney Houston.


New Orleans.

Andy Murray and Jessica Ennis-Hill.

Annika Sorenstam, Seve Ballesteros, and Arnold Palmer.

Burger with an egg and some avocado on top.

Sandra Bullock, Bradley Cooper.

I play the guitar.

To find out more about me, please check out my fun Tour Mates video as produced by the Ladies European Tour via the button below.

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Early 2018 Season


Pure Silk- Bahamas LPGA Classic – January 25-28th

Actewagl Canberra Classic – February 9-11th

ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open – February 15-18th

Australian Ladies Classic Bonville – February 22-25th

Bank of Hope Founders Cup – March 15-18th

Kia Classic – March 22-25th




  • First professional win in the Oatlands Ladies Classic (ALPG Tour).
  • T-6th 2017 Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open
  • T-10th New Zealand Women’s Open (LET).
  • 60th on LET Order of Merit 2016.
  • Securing 2018 LPGA Tour card, finishing T-13.
  • 2016 Hero women’s Indian Open T-19.
  • 2016 Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open T-34.
  • 2016 Omega Dubai Ladies Masters T-29.
  • 2017 Lalla Meryem Cup T-21.



  • Member of the 2014 Curtis Cup team.
  • World Amateur Team Championship 2014.
  • Spirit International 2013.
  • Ladies’ European Team Championships 2013 and 2014.
  • International European Ladies’ Amateur Championship 2014.
  • Ladies’ British Open Amateur Championship 2012, 2014.
  • Ladies’ British Open Amateur Strokeplay Championship 2013.
  • South American Amateur Championship 2014 and 2015.
  • Girls’ Home Internationals 2011.
  • Girls’ British Open Amateur Championship 2011.



  • Competed three straight years in the NCAA Championships from 2012 to 2015.
  • Four-time All-Conference selection.
  • Three time All-Louisiana selection.
  • Two career individual titles.
  • 2012 Old Waverly Bulldog Invitational.
  • 2013 C-USA Championships.
  • Hold the school record for the lowest 54 hole round (208, -8), which came in the 2012 Old Waverly Bulldog Invitational and the 2015 UCF Challenge – finishing 3rd.


Order of merit
World ranking
Professional wins
Stroke average
Driving distance (yards)
Driving accuracy
Greens in regulation
Sand saves


Gemma Dryburgh News
July 22, 2018

My LPGA journey so far

My LPGA journey so far. Summer is upon us and I feel like I have done so much in the last six months. So far I have not had the…

Gemma Dryburgh News
January 22, 2018

The Scotsman article

Having ploughed a lone furrow on the biggest stage in women’s golf for the best part of a decade, Catriona Matthew is delighted she’ll have Gemma Dryburgh for company on…

Gemma Dryburgh News
January 22, 2018

Evening Express article

Aberdeen’s Gemma Dryburgh will start her fledgling career on the US Ladies Professional Golf Association Tour at the Pure Silk Bahamas LPGA Classic from January 25-28. Gemma became the first…

Gemma Dryburgh News
January 22, 2018

My LPGA journey begins

I cannot wait to get my 2018 season started this week in the Bahamas! Even though I played in two LPGA events in 2017, this is my first tournament as…

Gemma Dryburgh News
November 14, 2017

Gemma finishes 6th

Indian teenager Aditi Ashok earned her third Ladies European Tour title in 12 months after a tense finish to the Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open in Abu Dhabi. The 19-year-old…

Gemma Dryburgh News
October 26, 2017

Gemma makes it to final

Aberdeen’s Gemma Dryburgh, by finishing joint 15th in a big field at the LPGA Tour Q School Stage 2 event at Venice, Florida on Sunday, was the only Scot to…

Gemma Dryburgh News
October 18, 2017

Team Scottish Hydro 2017 line-up

The Team Scottish Hydro 2017 line-up has been announced with five new faces joining 2016 member David Law in receiving financial support and advice throughout the season. Ladies European Tour…

Gemma Dryburgh News
October 18, 2017

The 19th Hole Interview: Gemma Dryburgh

Scotland will have a new face on the Ladies European Tour scene this year, one with ambitions to fulfil, namely Aberdeen native Gemma Dryburgh. The 22-year-old joined Nairn’s Kelsey MacDonald…


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Email: info@gemmadryburgh.com


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I am extremely grateful for the continued support from my friends, family, coaches, sponsors and partners that supply the equipment I use, therefore enabling me to pursue my golfing ambitions. If you would like to find out more about becoming part of my team, any sponsorship opportunities or associating your brand with me, please do get in touch via info@gemmadryburgh.com

Thanks, Gemma.

Swing coach

UK: Lawrence Farmer
USA: Kevin Collins


Jack Clarke


Rich Sturla

Putting coach

Mike Kanski