Kim, who stands 5-foot-3, competed at Vanderbilt as a freshman in 2018-19. She joins the Cougars as a sophomore and will have three years of eligibility remaining.
“Annie brings a lot of success and experience from the collegiate and junior levels,” Chadwell said. “She has competed at the highest levels and will be a tremendous asset. I look forward to her next three years as she continues to develop within our program.”
As a freshman at Vanderbilt in 2018-19, Kim competed in eight tournaments with a 73.75 scoring average. She opened her collegiate career with a score of 1-under 143 to tie for 18th at the Mason Rudolph Championships at Vanderbilt Legends Club in Franklin, Tenn.
Before beginning collegiately, Kim was ranked among the Top-75 senior prospects by the American Junior Golf Association.