The University of Southern California alum broke through for her first major title, joining the likes of World Golf Hall of Famers Annika Sorenstam and Laura Davies to make the U.S. Women's Open title her first on the LPGA Tour. Corpuz was the only player to post four sub-par rounds at Pebble Beach Golf Links, becoming the first to do so and win the title since Jeongeun Lee6 in 2019 at the Country Club of Charleston. Corpuz earned her way on the LPGA Tour for the 2022 season by tying for 16th in the 2021 LPGA Tour Q Series. Corpuz was a member of the victorious 2021 USA Curtis Cup Team that rallied in Wales in August 2021. In 2008, Corpuz surpassed fellow Hawaii native Michelle Wie as the youngest qualifier in U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links history at 10 years, 3 months and 9 days. In 2020, Corpuz was the runner-up to Rachel Kuehn in the Women’s North & South Amateur at Pinehurst No. 2, losing in 19 holes. Corpuz was named a first-team All-American by both Golfweek and the Women’s Golf Coaches Association in 2019-20 and led a talented USC team with a 71.57 stroke average. Corpuz attended the Punahou School in Honolulu, the same high school that produced Wie and President Barack Obama.