The New Zealand world golf number one Lydia Ko is chasing a third straight Swinging Skirts title when she tees off in the latest LPGA tour event in San Francisco.
She won't however being chasing another tattoo.
The Swinging Skirts title was her first LPGA tour win as a professional, and she has the date tattooed on her wrist.
The world number one is overwhelming favourite to become just the 11th player in LPGA history to win three consecutive titles at the same event, though should she win, she's unlikely to mark the milestone with ink.
"My mum probably won't let me. I always wanted to get a date of one of my first wins and for this one being one of my first wins it was really memorable."
Meanwhile Ko has been dragged into a debate over the cover of leading gold magazine Golf Digest.
Former US university golfer Paige Spiranac features in Golf Digest's package on "Futurists," the "innovators and influencers changing the game," LPGA Hall of Famer Juli Inkster noticed who wasn't on the cover.
"You look at what Lydia Ko's doing, and why isn't she on the cover?" Inkster told the Golf Channel.
Ko has yet to be featured on a Golf Digest cover.
"I know that stuff sells, and they are in the business of selling magazines, but I think people could learn more in an article about Lydia," Inkster said. "It's kind of where our society is right now. I don't agree with it, but it's their magazine and they can do what they want."
Spiranac has built herself a substantial fan base, with 670,000 Instagram followers.
"All by herself, she has made golf seem at least slightly interesting to a significant number of people who never used to think about it at all," Golf Digest wrote in a "Futurists" section about golf's "changing paths to stardom."
When Michelle Wie made the Golf Digest cover in October of 2014, she was the first LPGA professional to do so since August of 2008, when Lorena Ochoa appeared.
Lexi Thompson appeared in May of last year with a towel provocatively draped around her neck.