Megha Ganne shares her goals for 2022

AJGA Storytelling - Megha Ganne shares her goals for 2022
Rolex Junior Player of the Year Megha Ganne - 2021 - Rolex Junior All-America Virtual Awards Show (25).JPG

With the start of the New Year, we tend to reflect on our accomplishments from the previous year and create goals and resolutions for the coming one. For Megha Ganne, her 2021 season was nothing short of impressive.

The New Jersey native was named the 2021 Rolex Junior Player of the Year, earned Rolex Junior All-America First Team honors for the second time, and closed out the year at No. 1 in the Rolex AJGA Rankings. Ganne finished in the top four in all five events that were recognized by the Rolex AJGA Rankings. The Holmdel High School senior was also a member of the Curtis Cup U.S. Team, the PING Junior Solheim Cup U.S. Team, and the Junior Ryder Cup U.S. Team.

Coming off such an incredible season, Ganne has no plans of slowing down. She already has set goals to improve on in 2022:

1. Play more rounds with younger sister
"Playing rounds with my sister has been some of the best times I've had on the golf course. Unfortunately, we both have such busy schedules, so getting to play together doesn't happen often. So I'm going to try to get as many rounds as I can with her this year before I leave for college."

2. Keep up a good workout regimen
"I've been happy with my workouts in 2021, so I'm just going to stick with it and try to continue that on in the new year."

3. Take better practice round notes
"I'm definitely guilty of not taking enough notes in practice rounds, so I'm going to try to put a little more work in this year."

4. Gain a little driving distance
"It's not a huge issue for me, but it is always fun to hit it a little farther."

5. Post some low rounds
"I think this one speaks for itself!"

Following her final AJGA season and high school graduation in 2022, Ganne is set to attend Stanford University and play on the women's golf team.

Read more about Megha's accomplishments here.