(As of May 21, 2022)
Career Stroke Average — 4th– 72.69
Single Season Stroke Average — 11th — 72.58 (2020-21)
Single Round Score — T1st — 65 (First Round, Valspar Augusta Invitational, March 13, 2021)
Four Round Score (72 Holes) Score — 95 (75-71-75-74) — T9th — NCAA Championships, May 24, 2021)
2019 Welsh Ladies Open Stroke Play Championships – 4th
2019 German Girls’ Open – 8th
2019 English Girls’ Open Amateur Stroke Play Championship – 6th
2020 Australian Women’s Amateur Championship – 1st
2020 English Women’s Amateur Championship – 17th
2020 Avondale Amateur – 6th
2021 Helen Holm Scottish Women’s Open Championship – 4th
2021 English Amateur Championship — Match Play Round of 32
2021 Women’s Home International Championships – 1st
2021 Curtis Cup (member team Great Britian/Ireland) (Aug 26-28, 2021)
2021 All-American Honorable Mention (Golfweek)
Earned All-America Honorable Mention honors as a freshman in 2021 as named by Golfweek…earned All-ACC Honors as freshman in 2021 and as a sophomore in 2022…one of the nation’s top players who is in her second season with the Seminoles…helped lead the Seminoles to their ninth place finish in the 2021 NCAA Championship Finals, to the team title at the 2021 NCAA Louisville Regional Championship, to a runner-up finish in the 2021 ACC Championship and to three team titles (at the Florida State Match Up, the Pinetree Collegiate and the Louisville Regional Championship) during her first season as a Seminole…tied the school record with a single round score of 65 in the first round of the Valspar Augusta Invitational on March 13, 2021…enters her sophomore season with the fourth best career stroke average in school history at 72.58…her scoring average (72.58) during her freshman season ranked as the 11th best in school history…a strong player with a great deal of international experience and success…an extremely hard worker…ranked No. 37 on the European Golf Ranking and No. 48 in the World Amateur Golf Rankings…a member of the 2021 Great Britain/Ireland Team for the 2021 Curtis Cup…won the 2020 Australian Women’s Amateur Championship in dominant fashion with a 7&6 win over Mela Putri in the 36-hole final at Royal Queensland Golf Club…in winning the Australian Championship, she qualified for match play as she finished in a tie for 17th place in the two rounds of stroke play with scores of 71-74…then defeated Fiona Xu (4&2), Charley Jacobs (4&2), Lion Higo (3&2) and Minju Kim (3&2) in match play to advance to the championship match…averages 72.58 strokes in 24 rounds in eight tournaments entering her sophomore season.
Named to the Great Britain & Ireland Team for the 2022 Curtis Cup (June 10-12) at the Merion Golf Club in Merion, Pa…one of eight members of the team who will face the United States in the three-day event, with foursomes and fourball matches on the first two days and singles matches on the final day…makes her second appearance in the bi-annual event…she also played in the event in 2021…
A member of the Seminoles’ lineup for the 2022 NCAA Championship Finals…earned All-ACC honors…led Florida State with a fourth place finish in the individual standings as the Seminoles won the team championship at the spring-season opening Moon Invitational…in the top five throughout the championship…in a tie for fifth place in the individual standings after a first round 70…her under par score had Florida State in 1st place in the team standings after the first round…moved into fourth place with a second round 70 and a two-round total of 140…maintained her position in the top four of the individual standings with a third round 70 and a 210 total for the 54 hole tournament…was one of two players in the championship to card below par scores in each of the three rounds of the championship…in a tie for 8th place in the individual standings of the Florida State Match Up with an even par score of 72…her score helped the Seminoles move into a tie for first place in the team standings after the first round of the event…totaled a 73 in the second round for a two-round total of 145 and was in a tie for seventh place in the individual standings after 36 holes in the Florida State Match Up…the Seminoles were in second place in the team standings after two rounds of play…finished in a tie for 12th place in the individual standings at the Florida State Match Up with a three round score of 222…helped Florida State to a second place finish in the team standings in the event…in a tie for 9th place in the individual standings (Florida State’s leader) after a first round score of 75 at the Valspar Augusta Invitational…the Seminoles were in a tie for fourth place in the team standings after the first round of the Valspar…finished in a tie for fifth place in the individual standings of the Valspar Augusta Invitational with scores of 75-72 for a two round total of 142…Florida State finished in second place in the team standings at the Valspar…in a tie for 42nd place after the first 18 holes in the individual standings at the Clemson Invitational with a first round score of 76…Florida State’s leader and in a tie for 11th place in the individual standings with a two round total of 148 (76-72) after two rounds of the Clemson Invitational…the Seminoles were in fifth place in the team standings after the first two rounds of the Clemson Invitational…led the Seminoles at the Clemson Invitational with a tied for seventh place finish as Florida State finished in a fifth place in the team standings…totaled scores of 76-72-74 for a three round total of 222…marked her fourth time in her career to lead the Seminoles on the leaderboard…earned a 1-1 record on the first day of the Wolfpack Match Play Invitational with a victory over Duke’s Erica Shepherd (6&5) after falling to NC State’s Isabel Amezcua (1UP) in the first round…the Seminoles fell to the Wolfpack (3-2) but rallied to defeat the Blue Devils (4-1)…defeated Ginnie Lee of Virginia Tech (5&4) to help Florida State to a 4-1 win over Virginia Tech in the final round of the Wolfpack Match Up Invitational…finished with a 2-1 record in the NC State event with wins over Duke and Virginia Tech…carded a 72 in the first round and was in a tie for 11th place in the individual standings after one round of the 2022 ACC Championships…finished in a tie for 10th place in the individual standings of the ACC Championship with scores of 72-71-75 for a three-round total of 2 over par 218…was Florida State’s second leading finisher in the event…her play helped Florida State advance to the match play portion of the championship…earned a 4&2 win over Erica Shepherd of Duke to clinch Florida State’s 3-0 victory over Duke in the semifinals of the ACC Women’s Golf Championship…her win gave the Seminoles a 3-0 win over the Blue Devils and advanced to Seminoles to the championship round for the second consecutive year…defeated Carolina Lopez Chacarra of Wake Forest, 3&1, in the championship match of the 2022 ACC Women’s Golf Championship…Wake Forest defeated he Seminoles, 3-1-1, to win the 2022 ACC Championship…in a tie for 47th place with a first round score of 78 in the NCAA Tallahassee Regional Championship…Florida State was in second place in the team standings after the first round of play…a second round score of 72 and a two round total of 150 moved her into a tie for 20th place in the individual standings of the NCAA Tallahassee Regional Championship…Florida State was in second place in the team standings heading into the final round of the championship…finished in a tie for 21st place in the individual standings at the NCAA Tallahassee Regional Championships with a three-round total of 224 (78-72-74)…helped the Seminoles to the championship of the NCAA Tallahassee Regional with a 17-stroke victory over UCLA…Florida State’s leader as she carded a 72 and was in a tie for 6th place in the individual standings of the NCAA Division I Championships after the first round of play…helped led the Seminoles to a tie for fourth place standing after the first 18 holes had been played…Florida State’s leader after two rounds of the NCAA Division I Championships with a two round total of 145 and scores of 72-73…she was in a tie for 11th place in the individual standings after two rounds of play…the Seminoles were in seventh place in the team standing after 36 holes of play…
Played in all four of Florida State’s four fall matches – the Schooner Fall Classic, the Barbara Nicklaus Cup, the Jim West Challenge and the Landfall Tradition…a member of Florida State’s lineup as the Seminoles won the championship of the Inaugural Barbara Nicklaus Cup at Muirfield Village in Ohio (Oct. 4-5)…the Nicklaus Cup was saw Florida State compete against Arizona State, Auburn and Ohio State in combined men and women’s teams as the Seminoles won the championship of the event…Florida State won the team championship with a 2-1 record and 16.5 total points…finished the Nicklaus Cup with a 2-1 record with both of her wins coming in mixed foursome play…helped Florida State to a 7-1 win over Auburn in the first match of the Barbara Nicklaus Cup with a win in the first day morning foursomes…teamed with Fredrik Kjettrup of the Seminole men’s team for a 3&1 victory over Auburn’s Ryan Eshleman and Anna Foster to give Florida State a 1-0 lead in the team competition…teamed with Dan Bradbury to gain a 2&1 win over Adam Wallin and Kalie Vongsaga of Ohio State in the Day 1 afternoon mixed foursome matches…their win gave the Seminoles an early 2-0 lead over the home standing Buckeyes…helped the Seminoles take a commanding 6-1-1 win over Ohio State to improve to 2-0 through its first two matches…fell to Ashley Menne of Arizona State, 3&2, in the Seminoles’ final match of the Nicklaus Cup…Arizona State defeated the Seminoles, 4-2-2…the Seminoles’ leader as she finished in a tie for 11th place in the individual standings at the season-opening Schooner Fall Classic….carded a 3 under par 67 as was in a tie for second place in the individual standings after the first round of the Schooner…led the team to a fourth place standing after the first round of the event…in a tie for seventh place in the individual standings with scores of 67-73 and a two round total of 140 after two rounds of the Schooner…the Seminoles were in a tie for third place in the team standings entering the final round on Sept. 27…finished in a tie for 11th place finish at the Schooner Fall Classic…marked the second time she has finished as Florida State’s leader in a tournament…totaled scores of 67-73-72 for a 2 over par total of 212…Florida State finished in a tie for fourth place in the team standings at the Schooner…finished in a tie for 13th place in the final standings of the Jim West Challenge with scores of 71-72-67 for a tournament total of 6 under par 210…her score of 67 led the Seminoles in the final round…was in a tie for 20th place in the individual standings after two rounds of the Jim West…scores of 71-72 included her second career eagle in the second round of the event…Florida State finished in fourth place in the team standings at the Jim West…finished in a tie for 66th place in the individual standings at the season-ending Landfall Tradition…a score of 78 in the first round had her in a tied for 70th place…her two-round total of 152 with scores of 78-74 and in a tie for 60th place in the individual standings after 36 holes…second amongst her teammates with four rounds scored at par and seven rounds scored at 75 or better in the nine rounds she played during the fall season… two scores of 67 – in the Schooner Fall Classic and the Jim West Challenge – were tied for the two lost scores of the season by a Seminole…averaged a career-low 72.22 strokes in nine rounds during three scored countable tournaments.
Played as a member of the Great Britain/Ireland team in the 2021 Curtis Cup at the Conwy Club in Wales…teamed with Annabell Fuller to defeat Rachel Kuehn and Emilia Migliaccio of the United States, 4&3, in the morning foursomes to give the Great Britain/Ireland team an early first day lead in the Curtis Cup competition…the pair of Heath and Fuller fell, 3&2, to the USA duo of Migliaccio and Kuehn in Friday morning foursomes on the second of three days of competition…fell to Brooke Matthews, 3&2, in singles on the final day of competition…finished with a 1-2 record in her first appearance as a member of the Great Britain/Ireland Curtis Cup team…helped lead England to the title at the 2021 European Ladies Team Championship in Northern Ireland (July 6-10)…led England into the No. 5 seed in the match play round of the European Ladies Team Championships with an even par score of 72 in the second round of stroke play…with two wins (in doubles and singles), she led England over the Czech Republic in the quarterfinals of match play…she teamed with Annabell Fuller for a 6&5 win in doubles and earned a 4&3 win in singles…helped lead England past Scotland in the semifinals with a 4-3 win…led England to the championship at the 2021 European Ladies Team Championships with a 5-2 victory over Sweden…her 2&1 win in match play over Sweden’s Maja Stark clinched the championship for England…was the first time she played for the victorious English side and the third time in the last six years they had won the team championship…had a combined 3-3 record (2-1 in singles and 1-2 in doubles) during the European Ladies Team Championships…helped lead England to a 3-0 record, and the championship of the R&A Women’s Home Internationals (August 4-6)…led England to their 3-0 record with wins over Wales, Scotland and Ireland…England defeated Ireland, 6-3, to win the team championship…led England to an 8-1 victory over Wales in the first round of the Women’s Homes International Championship…teamed with Annabell Fuller to gain a 7&5 win over Jordan Ryan and Beth Morris in doubles and earned a 4&2 win over Ellen Nicholas in singles play during the first round….in second round play, Heath and Annabell Fuller defeated Chloe Goadby and Tara MacTaggert by a 6&5 margin in doubles play…Heath then earned a 3&2 win over Hazel MacGarvie in singles play as England defeated Scotland, 7.5-1.5, in the semifinals…earned a 1-1 record in the championship match…teamed with Annabell Fuller to defeat Annabel Wilson and Beth Coulter, 3&2, in doubles play…fell to Wilson, 2 holes, in singles play…finished the competition with a 5-1 overall record…advanced to the round of 32 in match play at the English Amateur Championship…was in second place with a 3 under par 68 after the first round…finished two rounds of stroke play in a tie for second place with scores of 68-72=140…fell 2&1 to Danielle Hardwick in the match play round of 32 at the English Amateur Championship…finished in fourth place in the final standings of the 2021 Helen Holm Scottish Women’s Open Amateur (June 29-July 1)…was in a tie for ninth place after the first round with a 2 under par 70…moved into a tie for third place after two rounds with an eight under par score of 136 after 36 holes…her score of -6 under par of 66 in the second round was tied for the best score of the second round…finished in fourth place with a 10 under par total of 206, which included a 2 under par score of 70 in the third and final round…was under par in each of the three rounds of play at the Scottish Women’s Open.
Earned All-American Honorable Mention Honors as a freshman in 2021 by Golfweek…Named to the All-ACC team for the first time in her career…the fifth freshman in school history to earn All-ACC honors…a member of Florida State’s NCAA Louisville Regional Championship winning team, and the Seminoles’ NCAA Championships Final team…the Seminoles won the championship of the NCAA Louisville Regional – the first time Florida State had won an NCAA Regional Championship in school history…helped lead the Seminoles to a ninth place finish in the NCAA Championship Finals – the highest NCAA Championships finish in school history…earned three top-5 finishes — tied for second at the Florida State Match-Up, tied for third at the Pinetree Women’s Collegiate and fifth place at the Moon Invitational to in her first season as a Seminole…Florida State’s leading golfer with a 5th place finish at the Moon Invitational…totaled scores of 72-69-68 for a 7 under par total of 209…scored birdie on her first collegiate round and totaled three birdies in the first round of her career in earning an even par score of 72 in the first round of the Moon Invitational…carded a 3-under par score of 69 in the second round and moved into a tie for 7th place in the individual standings with a 36-hole score of 141…finished with a 68 and a total of 209…was never above par in the three rounds and 54 holes of the Moon Invitational…finished in a tie for 2nd place in the final individual standings with a final round score of 75 and a 1 over par 217 at the Florida State Match Up…in a tie for second place after a first round score of 65 in the first round of the Valspar Augusta Invitational…her score of 65 tied the school record for best single round score…was in a tie for third place in the individual standings at the Valspar with a second round score of 72 and a 36-hole total of 137…finished in a tie for 11th place in the individual standings in the Valspar Augusta Intercollegiate with scores of 65-72-75 for the three round total of 4 under par 212…finished in a tie for 3rd at the Pinetree Collegiate with scores of 74-73-70 for a three round total of 1 over par 217…marked the third top 10 finish of her first season at Florida State…finished with scores of 77-75 for a two round total of 152 (first and third rounds) in the LSU Tiger Classic…in a tie for fourth place in the ACC Championships after a first round score of 70…the total of 70 included 4 birdies and a 3 under par total over her final 12 holes of the first round…in a tie for fifth place in the individual standings with a two round total of 142 and scores of 70-72…finished in a tie for 8th place in the individual standings in her first career ACC Tournament…scores of 70-72-72 for an even par total of 216…finished as one of 10 players at even par or better in the 60-player field…her top-10 finished helped Florida State finish in third place in the team standings and advance to the championship round (match play) of the tournament…a hard fought match in a losing effort, 2-up, to Lauren Walsh of Wake Forest in the semifinals of match play at the ACC Championship…the Seminoles defeated the Demon Deacons and advanced to the championship match against Duke on April 18…lost to Anne Chen of Duke by a single stroke in the match play finals of the ACC Championship…Duke defeated Florida State, 5-0, to win the 2021 ACC Championship at the Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, N.C…helped Florida State into first place in the team standings after the first round of the 2021 NCAA Louisville Regional Championship with a first round score of 75…a 76 in the second round of the NCAA Louisville Regional Championship for a two-round total of 151…finished in a tie for 41st place in the NCAA Louisville Regional Championship with scores of 75-76-73 for a three-round total of 224…helped Florida State to the team championship of the NCAA Louisville Regional — the first regional championship in school history and the third team championship of the spring for the Seminoles…finished in a tie for 44th place in the individual standings in the NCAA Division I Championship Finals with scores of 75-71-75-4 for a three round total of 7 over par 295…helped lead Florida State to a school-record best ninth place finish in the final standings of the 2021 NCAA Championship Finals — one stroke and one place out of sending the Seminoles to match play for the first time in school history…was a tie for 52nd place in the individual standings with a score of 75 after the first round and in a tie for 22nd place in the individual standings with a 71 in the second round and a two round total of 146 in the NCAA Championship Finals…helped Florida State to a fourth place standing in the team race after two rounds of the NCAA Championship Finals…averaged 72.58 strokes in 24 rounds during eight tournaments in the first season of her Florida State career.
Finished in a tie for sixth place in the individual standings at the 2020 WOWHydrate Pro Tour event at Worksop…her score of minus 5 included a 1 under par 70 in the first round and a 4 under par score of 67 in the second round…finished in a tie for 15th place the 2020 WOWHydrate Pro Tour championship at Moor Allerton with a final score of minus 1…finished in a tie for 17th place at the 2020 English Women’s Amateur Championship.
Graduated from Brighouse High School in 2020…earned a Diploma in Sporting Excellence from England Golf…the DISE program is designed to measure an athletes’ ability to plan, apply and evaluate their development within all aspects of golf…the program covers a range of aspects including strength and conditioning, psychology, nutrition, media, and communication skills and career development…finished in third place in 2018 Girls’ British Amateur Open Championship, fourth in the 2019 Welsh Ladies Open Stroke Play Championship and sixth in the 2018 English Girls’ Open Amateur Stroke Play Championship…won the individual championship of the 2018 Sir Henry Cooper Junior Master’s…the individual medalist at the 2019 French U21 women’s Championship…as a member of the U18 English Girls National Team, she helped the squad to championships in the 2019 European Girls Team Championships and the Home Internationals Tournament…helped the U16 English side to a win over France in 2017.
Born November 25, 2001…Charlotte is the daughter of Suzi and Mal Heath…has a younger brother, Callum…her goal is to become a professional golfer on the LPGA Tour…is a big fan of the Liverpool soccer team…if she was not a golfer, she would work with animals or be an accountant…enjoys walking, going to the beach, shopping and seeing friends…major is Finance.
Driver: Ping G400. Wood: Callaway. Hybrid: Ping G. Irons: AP2 Titleist. Wedges: SM7 Titleist. Putter: Stroke Lab One, Odyssey. Ball: Pro V1. Favorite Club: 55 degree wedge. Ball Marker: Anything
|Florida State Match-Up||72-70-75||+1||217||T2|
|Valspar Augusta Invitational||65-72-75||-4||212||T11|
|Pinetree Women’s Intercollegiate||74-73-70||+1||217||T3|
|LSU Tiger Classic||77-0-75||+8||152||—|
|ACC Match Play Championship vs. Wake Forest||L, 2UP|
|ACC Match Play Championship vs. Duke||L, 1UP|
|NCAA Louisville Regional Championships||75-76-73||+8||224||T41|
|NCAA Championship Finals||75-71-75-74||+7||295||T44|
|Schooner Fall Classic||67-73-72||+2||212||T11|
|Barbara Nicklaus Classic Match Play vs. Arizona State||L, 3&2|
|Jim West Challenge||71-72-67||-6||210||T13|
|Florida State Match-Up||72-73-77||+6||222||T12|
|Valapar Augusta Invitational||75-72||+3||147||T5|
|Wolfpack Match Play Invitational vs. NC State||W, 4&3|
|Wolfpack Match Play Invitational vs. Duke
|Wolfpack Match Play Invitational vs. Virginia Tech||W, 5&4|
|ACC Championship Match Play vs. Duke
|ACC Championship Match Play vs. Wake Forest||W, 3&1|
|NCAA Tallahassee Regional Championship||78-72-74||+8||224||T21|
|NCAA Championship Finals||72-73-|
Thursday Foursomes: Heath and Annabell Fuller (GB&I) def. Rachel Kuehn and Emilia Migliaccio (USA), 4&3
Friday Foursomes: Heath and Annabell Fuller (GB&I) fell to Emilia Migliacco and Rachel Kuehn (USA), 3&2
Saturday Singles: Heath (GB&I) fell to Brooke Mathews (USA), 3&2