Now that their rookie season is under their belts and they have had a chance to reflect on the year, LPGA.com caught up with several rookies for a quick Q&A. This week we catch up with Jane Rah to see what she thought about her rookie year.
Use one word to describe your rookie year.
What did you learn about yourself and your game this year?
I learned that I can play with the best of the best.
Did you set goals and if so did you accomplish them?
My goals were to keep my card and qualify for CME Group Titleholders. I accomplished my goals!
What was your favorite part about this year as a rookie?
Traveling to new places.
What did you learn about the LPGA that you didn't know prior?
The LPGA is truly one big family, you mostly see the same people at each event.
Do you have any funny rookie mistakes you want to share?
Not a mistake but I got paired with Laura Davies in Toledo, but we were the first group out Saturday morning and I made an eight on the first hole.
What piece of advice would you give to next year's rookie class?
Know all the rules and regulations.
What are some travel tips now that you are a seasoned traveler?
Ask the veterans if you have any questions or concerns. They'll know more about the city and have their preferences.
How will you spend your off-season?
A little break then back to practicing.