New Zealand's teenage golf sensation Lydia Ko is keeping her feet firmly on the ground in the wake of her fourth title on the biggest stage in women's golf.
Ko is having two weeks off following her win at the Marathon Classic in Ohio, which took her earnings past the $US1 million mark for the year, a first for a tour rookie.
Ko, the world number two, has revealed she's planning to study at university next year.
The 17-year-old's win was her second of the year and seventh as a professional.
The victory was the New Zealander's fourth win on the LPGA Tour after winning back-to-back Canadian Open titles in 2012 and 2013 as an amateur and claiming the Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic in April.
The win means Ko has closed the gap on number one Stacey Lewis of the United States in the latest world rankings.
Ko's victory is also likely to have all but secured the LPGA Tour Rookie of the Year honours as she has recorded seven top-five finishes.