Henni Zuel had a successful career as a Professional Golfer for seven years on the Ladies European Tour.

Career highlights include the accolade of being the youngest ever player on the Ladies European Tour, two victories on the LET Access Series and numerous top ten finishes along the way.

After being side lined by a severe back injury in 2014 Henni turned to some of her other interests, forging herself a career in the media industry where she now works as a presenter and journalist at Sky Sports Golf. Here she has enjoyed numerous opportunities including taking the lead on Sky Sports social media at The Open Championships and the Ryder Cup, where she got to interview some of the worlds best players.

Giving Back

Henni has a profound gratitude for just how much her sport and involvement in sport has shaped her as a person and provided her with invaluable life skills, disciplines and opportunities. This has led to Henni having a huge passion for giving back to young people in any way that she can through sport. She hopes to provide them with the same guiding principles that she herself had gained through golf. Henni has worked with Sporting Champions, Community Golf and Mintridge events to name but a few.

Competitive Record

2012 – ISPS Handa British Masters T3rd

2011 – Letas Ladies Open Winner LET Access

2011 – Terre Blanche Open Winner LET Access

2010 – Lalla Meryem Cup T4th

2009 – T2nd S4C Wales Ladies Open

2009 – Turned professional

2008 – Junior Solheim Cup winners – Team Europe

2008 – British Girls Champion

2006 – Wales Open Ladies Strokeplay Champion

2005 – England under 15s Champion

2003 – England under 13s Champion

2003 – Youngest ever Ladies European Tour Player