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LPGA star Rose Zhang is making waves, but beyond her outstanding golf skills, her composure stands out. She is filled with confidence and serenity, which is especially evident during her high-pressure games.

The LPGA sensation recently created history with her debut LGPA performance at the Mizuho Americas Open. As she is gearing up for the upcoming Solheim Cup,  she’s making headlines for yet another new achievement.

LGPA rising star is making waves for yet another achievement

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Zhang’s performance at the Mizuho Americas Open was outstanding, where she broke records by being the first golfer in over seven decades to secure a victory in her LPGA debut. She is soaring to new heights with her achievements in the sport. But her stock has grown as she is on the list of the prestigious Times 100 Next list.

Earning a spot on the Times 100 list is a distinguished achievement. The Times 100 next list annually picks the most influential personalities from all around the world like artists, politicians, actors, activists, and sports figures who’ve made a significant global impact. Times highlighted Rose Zhang as she is recognized in the esteemed Times 100 list for 2023, being a part of the top 100 influential individuals in 2023.

She is a part of exceptional talents who are selected from around the world. She joins with sports figures like Brittney Griner, Patrick Mahomes II, Kylian Mbappé, Lionel Messi, Mikaela Shiffrin, and Iga Swiatek. This is a time for celebration for the LGPA star.

Within a matter of days, Zhang will make her debut in the forthcoming Solheim Cup in Spain, forecasting a thrilling era ahead for women’s golf.

Rose Zhang looks forward to her debut Solheim Cup

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The 20-year-old prodigy celebrated her maiden LPGA victory earlier this summer. Surprisingly, even to herself, she secured her team spot and membership through her global ranking.

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Zhang is currently ranked 62 in the Rolex Women’s World Golf. “It’s been pretty crazy because I expected myself to also be a captain’s pick,” Zhang remarked at the Kroger Queen City Championship at Kenwood Country Club in Cincinnati.

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Rose is a dedicated player but her ability to be a team player stands out. She plays exceptionally well and gets along with everyone, as observed by her collegiate accolades from Stanford. As she progresses toward her Solheim Cup debut from September 22-24, we eagerly anticipate her continued success.

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