|Getting to know English amateur Emily Taylor a little better during Lalla Aicha Tour School 2013 Final Qualifying.|
Tell me something most people don't know about you? I took up the game because I have always copied my older brother. He started to play golf and I started too, to try to beat him.
What would you like to do for a living if you are not a pro golfer? I would like the work in the Police Force.
Education? Which University and degree? I went to Preston College in England and I got two A levels.
How many and which languages do you speak? English , just one.
Who would be in your dream foursome? Caroline Hedwall, Suzann Pettersen and Tiger Woods.
What is your favourite activity you do when you want to relax? Take the dog for a walk.
Do you have a favourite TV commercial or series? "Friends".
What invention do you wish you had thought of? Chocolate.
Favourite gift you have received and from who? A puppy from my mum.
What’s your favourite tradition from your country you love doing? Eating fish & chips.
And favourite expression from your country? Well, it's not a very polite expression. Can I say it? "Bloody hell!!" (Oooops, sorry...)
What is the one thing you have done and would never want to do again? Spend the winter in England.
What do you feel is your biggest accomplishment to date? Playing in the Ricoh Women’s British Open with Carlota Ciganda and Laura Davies this year at Royal Liverpool.
Is there a song that you like to sing when no one is around like in the car or the shower? Yes, High School Musical.
What is your favorite store to shop in and why? A chocolate shop.
What beauty product can you not live without? Body wash
What is your favorite time of year? Summer time
Tell us something you hate doing. Why? Shopping, because it takes too long.
Some extra holes:
19. If you could have an unlimited storage of one thing, what would it be? Chocolates
20. Which is the funniest prank played on your or played by you? It was a prank played on me. My national team, a couple of years ago, told me that I had to get up and sing a song in front of a group of 50 people. So, finally I did it... and I did it really badly, I sing awful. But then they said to me that I really did not have to do it.