Yang had another decent season in 2004, finishing
59th on the money list to easily maintain her exempt status. Her
best finish came at the Giant Eagle Classic, where she finished
second. This was also her career best finish.
In 2005, Yang had her worst season since turning
pro. For the first time, she had to return to Q-School. This time
she only earned non-exempt status for 2006. But she finished 61st
on the money list in 2006, and thus earned her exempt status for
In 2007, Yang started to go by her English name,
Jacqueline, on tour. She had a fairly poor year and was not able
to maintain her exempt card. However, she earned one again at Q-School
for 2008. She was not able to maintain exempt status in 2008, though,
and she had to go to to Q-School once again. She failed to improve
her situation and had limited playing status for 2009.
In 2009, Yang failed to make a cut in five events
played. Due to injuries, however, she maintained playing privileges
for 2010. That year, she made less than $3,000 on tour, but again
got an injury extension for 2011.
Yang missed the cut in every event she played in
2011. She maintained limited status owing to her long membership
on tour. She did not play at all in 2012, but still has tour membership
as before. The big news for her in 2012 was that she was inducted
into the University of Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame!
Yang has not played since 2011 and is probably retired.