In her own words, how Nelly Korda has stuck to her own agenda and shifted her mindset to win five times in a row

After claiming her second Major title at The Chevron Championship and fifth straight win, the World Number one Nelly Korda spoke about her achievements and how she hopes this can help increase the profile of women's professional golf.

What does this mean to you now that you've won five in a row?

It's an amazing feeling because all the hard work and the doubt that I had in my head from 2021, I worked through it, and it's been an amazing feeling these past couple weeks knowing that I can go on this stretch and that if I stay in my bubble and I keep golf in a sense simple and let it flow, then I can have so, so much fun out here. It's just been an amazing time. To get five in a row, and my lucky number is 13, and for me to get it here in Houston and it to be a major feels even better.

How do you maintain that kind of calm, cool, collected headspace?

Yeah, I'm just hitting it really solid, honestly. I was hitting the fairways, and then if I wasn't hitting the fairway, we made sure that I was going to go center of the green. We played really smart out there, as well. You take your opportunities when you can, especially on reachable par-5s or par-4s that you have a shorter club in, but other than that, you just try to play safe, middle of the green.

What's Jason [Nelly's caddie] in particular meant to you?

I honestly don't have any words, just because there are too many. He has been by my side for every single one of my wins out here, and in a sense he's my punching bag out there, he's my best friend, and he's my teammate. I wouldn't be able to do it without him because his encouragement on and off the golf course has been amazing, and I'm just so, so, so thankful for him. I hope he knows it

Is this a moment you dreamed of? We talk about little girls, big dreams out here. Is this a moment you dreamed of as a little girl?

For sure. My first ever major, competing in a major, was at the U.S. Women's Open at Sebonack, and that was when I dreamt of winning major championships. To have two under my belt now is a dream come true.

Now that you have five in a row and a second major, what can this run you're on do to elevate the profile of your sport and get more eyeballs on it week to week?

Yeah, my answer is going to be the same. It's a stage. We need a stage. We need to be on primetime TV, and we need to showcase the talent we have out here, which is a lot. Hopefully we have a bunch of people come out this week. The crowds were amazing. That's just what we need. We also need the support from not just the crowds but the television networks.

Nelly Korda shared on her Instagram story that she has withdrawn from this week's JM Eagle LA Championship presented by PlastPR - so, we'll have to wait a little longer to see whether she make it six.