Keeping Up With Lexi\nGolf World tracked Alexis Thompson as she works the PGA Merchandise Show\n12:45pm:\n\nAlexis Thompson is greeted and photographed as she arrives at the PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando.\n1:00pm:\n\nOn demo day, Thompson fine-tuned her equipment and got on TrackMan, the golf swing and ball-flight analyzer.\n1:58pm:\n\nIn addition to Cobra-Puma and Red Bull, Thompson also has an endorsement deal with Rolex.\n4:28pm:\n\nRyan Lamos, the Red Bull sports marketing manager who signed Thompson when she turned pro at 15, challenges her to a beanbag toss.\n2:28pm:\n\nThompson spent two hours giving 14 one-on-one interviews and hitting more balls as part of a segment for a one-hour equipment special on NBC. Here, she shares a laugh with baseball star Johnny Damon.\n3:58pm:\n\nBlair O'Neal and Alexis Thompson are both signed with Cobra-Puma.\n2:30pm:\n\n"I just love interacting with people," Lexi says. "I love being around fans, signing autographs. If it wasn't for the fans, we wouldn't be out here."\n5:11pm:\n\nThompson has been touted as "the future of the LPGA".\nDay 2 - 12:09pm:\n\nThompson arrives at the Cobra-Puma booth, where Orlando Magic deejay Scotty B shows her how to work the turntables.\nDay 2 - 2:26pm:\n\nThompson struts her stuff just like a pro.\nDay 2 - 1:07pm:\n\nThompson, like fellow LPGA player Natalie Gulbis (left), naturally shines in the limelight.\nDay 2 - 2:26pm:\n\nThe highlight of Thompson's trip to Orlando is next: a fashion show on the show's main stage.