I was born in Taipei, Taiwan and moved to New Zealand with my family at the age of four. I grew up in New Zealand and started playing golf around 10 years old. My hometown is Auckland New Zealand and I try to visit as often as I can.
In 2009, I traveled to the United States to play tournaments. One of which was the Under Armour College Combines where I won both the stroke play event and skills challenge. This international exposure proved rewarding. I was offered a full four year golf scholarship to attend Pepperdine University and compete in NCAA Division I college golf beginning the following year in August 2010. Before I left for the states I competed for the New Zealand Junior Team in the Trans Tasman Cup where we were victorious over Australia for the first time in 27 years. It has been a great four years playing for a top ranked NCAA Division I University where I had the chance to travel to many different states and meet people from all walks of life.
I completed my undergraduate degree in April 2014 graduating Pepperdine with honors with an economics major and marketing minor. My game has vastly improved over the four years playing college golf and I’m excited to start this new chapter in my life of pursing golf as a career. 2015 is my first year playing golf as a professional. I am currently playing on the secondary Symetra Tour where Top 10 can gain full LPGA card for 2018.