Rose Chang, ‘the strongest woman in amateur golf,’ turns pro
American Rose Chang, one of the top women’s amateur golfers in the world, is making her professional debut.
Jang announced her decision to turn pro on her social networking site on Sunday (June 27).
Zhang will make her debut on the U.S. Women’s Professional Golf (LPGA) Tour at the Mizuho Americas Open, which begins on June 1.
Zhang, who is of Chinese descent, is the world’s No. 1 amateur golfer and attended Stanford University in the United States, where she played in 20 tournaments and won 12 times. This is the most wins in Stanford University history.
Zhang was particularly dominant in the 2022-23 season, winning eight of her 10 tournaments.
She also holds the NCAA single-season record for stroke average (68.81) and was the top finisher at the Augusta Women’s Amateur in April.메이저사이트
She also holds the record for the most consecutive weeks ranked No. 1 in amateur women’s golf since September 2020, with 141. The previous record was 130 weeks by Lydia Ko (New Zealand) and 135 weeks by Riona Maguire (Ireland).
Starting with the Mizuho Americas Open, Zhang will also play as an invitee at this year’s U.S. Open and AIG Women’s Open.