Stanford sophomore Rose Zhang is the highest ranked amateur in the world for a reason.

She won the NCAA individual title as a rookie in May at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona. She helped the Cardinal win the tag team title. A week ago, she was in Paris to represent the United States at the Women’s Amateur World Tag Team Championship, where she tied for a low individual score. She also won the Smyth Salver at the AIG Women’s British Open, which is for amateurs only.

Now Zhang has a new accolade to add to his impressive resume: the Pebble Beach course record.

Zhang shot a 9-under 63 in the second round of the 2022 Carmel Cup on Saturday, her first college tournament of the 2022-23 season, to set the women’s course record at Pebble Beach. The 2022 ANNIKA Award winner for Player of the Year had seven birdies, an eagle and no bogeys en route to her record lap, and she leads by five in the individual competition with one lap to go on Sunday.

Brittany Lincicome set the previous record of 8 under 64 in 2021 at the 50th TaylorMade Pebble Beach Invitational, the only tournament that pits players from the PGA, LPGA, Champions and Korn Ferry Tours against each other .

Zhang birdied on the second, fourth and fifth holes, then eagled on the par-5 sixth. Zhang then birdied the famous par-3 seventh and went out in 6-under 30. She collected three more birdies at numbers 11, 16 and 18.

Stanford leads the tag team competition by nine strokes over second-placed Texas A&M.

The men’s course record is 61, which former Texas Tech golfer Hurly Long shot in 2017. Tom Kite (1983), David Duval (1997), and Patrick Cantlay (2021) each shot 62 in a professional tournament.

Additionally, Zhang’s 131-under 131 in two rounds equals Rachel Heck’s 36-hole school record, which was set at the 2022 Gunrock Invitational at Del Paso Country Club.