Michelle Wie will make her fifth consecutive appearance in the Solheim Cup this week at Des Moines Golf & Country Club.
Michelle Wie has long been the darling of women’s golf ever since she was a child prodigy and her breakthrough win at the 2014 U.S.
Michelle Wie may be finally coming into her own on the golf course courtesy of her U.S.
After Michelle Wie won the U.S.
Among the many deserving accolades, well wishes and congratulatory gestures Michelle Wie was afforded in light of her U.S.
It was a long, winding and arduous road to travel, but Michelle Wie, after being on golf’s radar for years ever since she was teenage prodigy, finally notched a signature, career-making victory
With a 5-under 67 on the final day, Michelle Wie rallied to win the LPGA LOTTE Championship on Saturday.
Apparently, Michelle Wie has run afoul of golf commentators and some of her LPGA colleagues for her unique putting stance.
When a young Michelle Wie burst on the global stage all those years ago, she was hailed as the LPGA’a version of Tiger Woods and we all assumed that she would be dominating women’s golf f
But then again, who isn’t? They’re quite delicious.
Yeah, probably five of you get that reference, but to you small group of folks, it’s totally true, right? And for those who do not get it, here’s the best I can do to explain.
While admitting it isn’t the best photo, Michelle Wie debuted her new red-toned hairdo on Twitter just a few hours ago this Thursday morning and count me among those who love the change.
Ladies and gentlemen (and everybody in between): Your brand new LPGA Tour champion!
The times, they are a-changin’, whether the old guard at the LPGA likes it or not.
I missed this yesterday, but I would be remiss if I didn’t wish the lovely Michelle Wie a Happy Belated 21st Birthday.
Yeah, Michelle, you go ahead and show those old fuddy-duddies that the grand game of golf isn’t about their conservative, stodgy, country club ways any longer.