Home Town: Orlando, Florida
Graduation: Class of 2014
Back-to-back Thunderbird International Junior champion (2009, 2010)
First place in 2009 McDonald's Betsy Rawls Girls Championship
Yueer Cindy Feng captured her second consecutive Thunderbird International Junior this past weekend at the Raptor Course at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona. Feng became the first player ever to successfully defend her title at the event. The victory did not come easy. The 14-year-old Feng needed four playoff holes to defeat Laetitia Beck of Caesarea, Israel. Feng shot rounds of 72, 73 and 68 for a three day total of 3-under-par 213. After her victory, Golfchannel.com caught up with the back-to-back Thunderbird champion to learn a little more about her winning formula.
On your iPod: Rihanna
Favorite movie: The Hangover
Dream foursome: Phil Mickelson, Ernie Els, and Suzann Pettersen
Needs improvement: Playing consistently
Favorite club: Putter
Ballmarker: Hat clip with a picture of karma on it
Holes-in-one: 9 or 10
Age you first broke 70: 9
Love to trade places with: A normal person in life. Not someone that's always in front of the camera and famous. Pretty much the opposite of what everyone says.
Best thing about traveling to play golf: You get to visit places. You get to travel. You get to see different cultures and traditions of the places where you go.
Favorite non-golf athlete: Dwight Howard
Favorite place visited for a tournament: I like all of them
College golf plans: Don't know yet