In 2005, Rah was named an AJGA first team
All American. She has played on several important team events,
such as the Canon Cup, since then. Becoming a high school
freshman in 2006, she played on the same high school golf
team that season as senior Angela Park, who turned pro shortly
thereafter and joined the Futures Tour.
That year, Jane won the California state championship,
shooting the only round under par in difficult conditions
in the final round. She sunk the thirty foot winning putt
in darkness; the organizers parked cars around the green and
turned on their headlights to illuminate the action.
Rah continued to focus on junior golf in 2007,
and has become one of the top young golfers in the country.
One highlight of her year was playing for the American squad
at the PING Junior Solheim Cup. She posted a 2-1-0 record
during the week.
Jane won two AJGA events during the 2007 season
and finished fifth in their year end ranking.
Jane decided to attend Oklahoma State University,
but dropped out early to try her hand at professional golf.
She turned pro in 2010 and joined the Futures Tour. She had
immediate good results, finishing second to Angela Oh in her
first event (she lost in a playoff). Jane would miss out on
earning a tour card in 2010, and returned to the Futures Tour
In 2011, she notched 8 top 10 finishes on
the Futures Tour, including three runner-up results, to wind
up 5th on the money list. Thus she earned a full tour card
for the 2012 LPGA season.
Jane started her rookie season on the LPGA
by missing her first ten cuts. After that, however, she started
making some money. Her season was highlighted by a top ten
at the CN Canadian Women's Open, which made her about 2/3
of her total season money. She earned category 11 status for
Rah had a fairly weak 2013 season. She only
finished 125th on the money list, earning just $20,000. This
dropped her status down to category 16 for 2014. She finished
119th on the money list in 2014 and maintained her same status.
Her best result that season was a tie for 19th.
Rah's 2015 season was similar to her 2014
season. She made about $55,000 and finished 109th on the money
list. Her best result was a tie for 27th, but she also made
her first cut in a Major, finishing tied for 41st at the KPMG
Women's PGA Championship. She maintained category 16 status
2016 was a very weak season for Rah. She missed
every cut but three and earned just a little more than $14,000
all year. She finished outside the top 150 on the money list
and lost all playing privileges for the LPGA for 2017. Presumably
she will be on the Symetra Tour instead.