Rose Zhang has already established herself as an incredibly talented golfer, but the 20-year-old still continues to impress.
This week, the former Stanford standout is back in California for the 78th US Women's Open at Pebble Beach Golf Links.
It's the first time that the event is being hosted at the storied American course.
Zhang will be making her second major championship appearance as a professional after making the switch from collegiate golf a month ago.
Following back-to-back NCAA individual titles in a record-breaking amateur career, Zhang made her professional debut at the LPGA Tour's Mizuho Americas Open in New Jersey.
The young phenom incredibly won the tournament in a playoff against Jennifer Kupcho.
Since then, Zhang played in her first major as a professional at the KPMG Women's PGA Championship a few weeks ago.
She made a late Sunday run up the leaderboard at Baltusrol but ultimately finished three-strokes back in a tie for eighth.
This week, Zhang is with the rest of the top pro's at Pebble Beach for the US Women's Open, where she was seen playing a practice round on Monday.
During which, she pulled off an incredible, most-likely unintended, trick with a tee.
The clip, which was posted by Callaway Golf, shows Zhang hitting a beautiful wedge while simultaneously having the tee flip up and into her back pocket.
Here's the full clip:
Lead Image: Callaway/Twitter