The former UCLA standout will tee it up for a second time in a U.S. Women's Open, but first as a professional after earning medalist honors in a 36-hole qualifier in Belgium. In 2018, Spitz became the first Austrian to win The R&A's Girls Championship, while also representing her country in the Women's World Amateur Team Championship in 2016 and 2018. She represented Europe in the Junior Solheim Cup (2015 and 2017) and Junior Ryder Cup (2016 and 2018), and at the Youth Olympic Games in Argentina (2018), she lost a playoff for the silver medal, setling for a bronze. As a freshman at UCLA in 2018-19, she was a finalist for the Annika Award, given annually to the nation's best female collegian, while earning first-team All-American honors from both the WGCA and Golfweek. By virtue of her Women's World Amateur Ranking, she earned a spot in the all-exempt 2020 U.S. Women's Open at Champions Golf Club, but missed the cut. She turned professional in August of 2022 and is still seeking her first professional win. She currently competes on the Ladies European Tour.