Lydia Ko planned to stick around San Francisco on Monday, maybe check out some of the sights.
"The mayor said there is cable car downtown," she said. "So I think I'm going to do that."
Or she might sleep late in her hotel room -- the teenage golfer had quite a week.
In the space of a few short days, Ko turned 17 and was named to Time magazine's top 100 influential people in the world.
Then, she won her first LPGA Tour event as a professional, holding off Stacy Lewis and Jenny Shinn to finish atop the leaderboard in the Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic at Lake Merced Golf Club. And she was using a fill-in caddie from the local course.
"Normally they would [say] Sweet 16, but I would say it's Sweet 17," she said.
Ko has three LPGA victories in all and rose to No. 2 in the world rankings on Monday. Still, the young athlete -- who was born in South Korea and raised in New Zealand -- seemed most amazed by the recognition from Time.
"I don't know what I've done to get there," she said. "But, yeah, it's a very -- it's just a really special week for me."