No. 1 in the world Rose Zhang is going to go back to Stanford and has no plans to go to LPGA Q-School right now.
No. 1 in the world Rose Zhang is going to go back to Stanford and has no plans to go to LPGA Q-School right now.

Rose Zhang walked onto the Golf Channel set at the U.S. Women’s Open on Wednesday and said that last week was the best of her life before she even sat down.

As an individual, she won the NCAA Championship in Scottsdale, Arizona. Two days later, she helped her Cardinal friends win the NCAA title for their school’s second team. After that, she packed up her college room and went to Pine Needles Lodge and Golf Club, which was the biggest event in women’s golf.

Don’t Lay After the win, Up talked to the world’s top-ranked amateur player, who told them she was going to stay at Stanford.

READ MORE: The winner of the TOTO Japan Classic has to make a tough $300,000 choice, and Rose Zhang once again shows her brilliance.

In a new show, she said, “I would have missed everything if I hadn’t gone to college.” “I would not have made the best friends I could have asked for as a group. I now have ten new best friends.It’s truly amazing; this place really does help you grow.”

Zhang has a long list of big wins going into her fourth Women’s Open. She still has homework to do this week. She has won the NCAA title, as well as the U.S. Women’s Amateur and U.S. Girls’ Junior races.

This week, she signed a Name, Image Likeness (NIL) deal with Adidas, making her the first student athlete to do so. This adds to Adidas’s already long list of partnerships.

Zhang said at Pine Needles on Wednesday that questions about plans for the future seem to come up in almost every interview.

READ MORE: Rose Zhang is in first place at the LPGA’s Maybank Championship after 54 holes.

She said, “I really like to just live in the moment. I do think that if I set myself up for the right opportunities and take everything in stride, then I will be able to do a lot more. “For now, I’m definitely staying at Stanford for at least another year, and I don’t think I’m going to play Q-School in the fall.” For now, that’s the plan. I’ll see what happens next. I like making plans for the whole year.”

As of recently, LPGA rules changed so that amateurs must become professionals before they can play in the Q-Series. This means that they can no longer delay.

June 2 marks the start of the 77th Women’s Open. The only amateur who has ever won the title was Catherine Lacoste in 1967.

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