From 2011 to 2015, starting at age 15, Taylor was selected to join the Canadian National Team where she trained with the best players and coaches in the country. Taylor represented Canada competing all across North America and Europe. Her success on the golf course helped her receive a full ride athletic scholarship at Kent State University in Ohio. In 2016, Taylor earned MAC (Mid American Conference) Player of the year with one individual win and was part of thirteen team wins including 3 MAC Championships. She was also a 1-time 1st Team All MAC and 1 time 2nd Team All MAC. Taylor was first for individual single season scoring average (72.24) and set a record for single season, 15 rounds of par or better. She was also successful in the classroom as she graduated in 2016 with a degree in Communication Studies.
Taylor turned pro as soon as she got out of school and immediately won a sectional qualifier to play in the U.S Women's Open in San Martin, CA. She went through stage 1 and 2 of LPGA Qualifying school and earned full status to play on the Symetra Tour for the 2017 season.
Starting in March of 2018, Taylor will be joining the professional staff at Beach Grove Golf Club, one of the most desirable private courses in the Lower Mainland BC.