First she saw her string of 109 weeks on top the Rolex Rankings come to an end, as Stacy Lewis replaced her as the number 1 player in the world.
Now she has been withdrawn from the Kia Classic, for missing her Pro-Am tee time.
LPGA rules state that a player has until the first player of her Pro-Am team tees off at the second hole to show up, or she is withdrawn from the tournament.
“I’m embarrassed to admit that I wasn’t feeling well last night and accidentally overslept and missed my tee time for the pro-am this morning,” Tseng said in a statement released by the LPGA. “I was extremely excited to compete this week to defend my title at the Kia Classic and to try to regain the No. 1 spot. This was an unfortunate mistake, and I want to apologize to Kia, my sponsors and all of the fans. The Kia Classic is one of my favorite tournaments and I have so many great memories in San Diego. I can’t wait to come back here next year.”