Flic had an illustrious amateur career which started when she played for Warwickshire Girls and continued through into the senior squad. She played regularly at international level for England and also for Great Britain & Ireland.
She won many titles including the Under-15 English Girls Trophy, English Ladies Amateur Champion (where she was one of the youngest winners at 1.)
After turning professional in 2006 where she gained her tour card to play on the Ladies European Tour, she has competed consistently and won two titles the Tenerife Open in 2009 and the French Open in 2011.
In 2012 she decided to try her hand at LPGA tour school in America and again obtained her card to play. Since then she has competed on both sides of the Atlantic travelling the world.
February 5th, 2019 | 1 hr 4 mins
On January 16, English golfer Meghan Maclaren sent out a tweet noting the difference in prize funds between a Ladies European Tour event and a men's European Tour event being played in Abu Dhabi a week apart. What followed was a three day uproar over whether the game's top professional women get a raw deal from sponsors, equipment manufacturers and fans alike. Meghan joins Felicity Johnson and Rod Morri on Episode 94 of the iSeekGolf podcast to talk about that incident in the context of gender inequity in the game. Its more fun than it sounds and there's some other golf chat along the way as well.
August 6th, 2018 | 1 hr 6 mins
Two time Ladies European Tour winner Felicity Johnson joins Rod Morri and Adrian Logue to discuss the potential impact of Georgia Hall's win at the Women's British Open as well as the state of women's professional - and recreational golf - more broadly. We also chat a bit of Tiger Woods....