Should Rose Zhang, the world’s strongest amateur women’s golfer, have an ‘accident’ in her professional debut match?

‘Golf Emperor’ Tiger Woods (48, USA), who graduated from Stanford University in the United States, won 11 times in 26 competitions during his college days, setting the record for the most wins at the time. The player who broke it was Rose Chang (20, USA), a college junior of Woods. He stood at the top 12 times in 20 competitions.메이저사이트

Rose Zhang, who reigns as the world’s strongest amateur women’s golfer, will open the Mizuho Americas Open (total prize money) on the LPGA Tour, which will be held on the 1st of next month (local time) at Liberty National Golf Club (par 71) in Jersey City, New Jersey, USA. 2.75 million dollars) and make his professional debut. Since September 2020, Rose Jang has kept the amateur world No. 1 for 141 consecutive weeks, breaking the previous record of 130 weeks by Lydia Ko (26, Hana Financial Group), a Korean New Zealander, and Leona Maguire (29, Ireland), the longest record of 135 weeks. passed the week lightly.

Rose Chang, who announced on her social media on the 27th that she was turning pro, showed her strength by winning 8 wins in 10 competitions only in the 2022-2023 season, which, along with Woods, is the school’s most winning record in a single season. She also won two consecutive National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division 1 women’s golf individual championships in 2022 and 2023, as well as the Augusta Women’s Amateur Championship last April. Since he is boasting such splendid amateur results, there is an extraordinary interest in whether he will make a high-ranking score in this debut match. Rose Jang plans to participate as an invited player in the remaining major tournaments such as the US Open and AIG Women’s Open this year.

As for Korean players, Ko Jin-young (28, Solaire), who regained the world ranking, Yoo Hae-ran (22, Daol Financial Group), Kim Se-young (30, Mediheal), and Kim A-rim (28, Hanwha Q Cells) participated, and Nellie Korda (28, Hanwha Q Cells) participated. 25, USA) gave up the competition due to back pain.

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