She's been the world's number one golfer for nearly 70 weeks running.
She won the 2011 Wegmans LPGA Championship with a record 19 under par performance.
Oh, and by the way,
"I feel good, I'm ready to go," said Yani Tseng.
Those seven words spoken by Tseng could spell trouble for the rest of the championship field.
As for Yani, it's the crowds that come to Locust Hill that really make Rochester memorable.
"You always get a big crowd in Rochester," Tseng said. "It doesn't matter if you're ranked number 1 or number 100."
Just so happens, she's still number one, and that big crowd figures to follow her until late on Sunday, as she makes a run at another LPGA Championship.