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Female Golf Player Of Michelle Wie

Michelle Wie is a Female Golf Player. Michelle Wie is  belong to United State She is American.

on best of being a standout amongst the most especially capable golfers of her age, Michelle Wie has been a standout amongst the most reliably on-incline players on the LPGA Tour since the beginning of her profession. She’s not reluctant to go for broke with her clothing, mess around with her style and dependably look perfect in spite of navigating wounds and clothing regulation knocks en route.

Playing before a main residence pack in Hawaii at the Lotte Championship, Wie adhered to strong solids with distinctive flies of shading. This is what Wie did well with her attire at Ko Olina Golf Club on the way perfectly 11.Our most loved of the week was her second-round monochromatic gathering, highlighting a Black Nike Dri Fit Golf Polo ($65) and a white Nike Dry Golf Skort ($70) that was finished off with the Nike AeroBill Classic99 Golf Hat ($35). The pink rope on the white cap was the ideal method to join a touch of shading into the straightforward and-exemplary look.

Likewise important was her developing neckline. Wie started the competition with a short, adjusted self-neckline Nike Dry Short Sleev

e Golf Polo ($55), which means the texture is the same as whatever is left of the shirt for a more custom fitted appearance.

For the second and third adjusts she went for a sharp edge neckline to make a spotless and present day look Nike Dri Fit Golf Polo ($65). She completed off the end of the week looking athletic and effective in a dark collarless and sleeveless best. By and by, Wie sponsored her solid play with well-done wear.

LPGA Tour Victories (5 wins, 1 major)

  • 2009 Lorena Ochoa Invitational
  • 2010 CN Canadian Women’s Open
  • 2014 LPGA Lotte Championship Presented by J Golf, U.S. Women’s Open
  • 2018 HSBC Women’s World Championship

LPGA Awards

  • 2014 Rolex ANNIKA Major Award Winner

The Solheim Cup (5)

  • 2009, 2011, 2013, 2015, 2017

2017 in a Nutshell

  • 24 events, 21 cuts made, $930,575 (19)
  • Recorded eight top-10 finishes including a season-best T2 result at the Meijer LPGA Classic for Simply Give

Career Highlights

2016:

  • 25 events, 13 cuts made, $76,109 (105)
  • Post a season-best T10 finish at the Blue Bay LPGA

2015:

  • 24 events, 18 cuts made, $348,918 (49)
  • Competed on her fourth U.S. Solheim Cup team

2014:

  • 21 events, 19 cuts made, 2 wins, $1,924,796 (4)
  • Earned her third career victory in her native Hawaii in April, setting up the biggest win of her career two months later
  • Won her first major championship at the 2014 U.S. Women’s Open at Pinehurst No. 2, sinking a clutch 15-foot birdie putt on No. 17 to hold off a charging Stacy Lewis
  • Finished third in GIR (77%), third in scoring average (69.82), and third in rounds under par (56)

2013:

  • 26 events, 19 cuts made, $355,853 (41)
  • 4 top-10 finishes; recorded season-best tie for third at the LPGA KEB HanaBank Championship
  • Ranked 10th on Tour in sand saves (0.484)
  • Competed on her third U.S. Solheim Cup Team and posted a 2-2-0 record

2012: 

  • 23 events, 13 cuts made, $158,546 (64)
  • One top-10 finish; recording season-best T8 at the Safeway Classic Presented by Coca-Cola.
  • Ranked fourth on Tour in driving distance with a 268 yard average.

2011:

  • Recorded seven top-10 finishes including second at the Honda LPGA Thailand.
  • Tied for second at the CN Canadian Women’s Open.
  • Finished sixth at the Kraft Nabisco Championship, where she crossed the $2 million mark in career earnings.
  • Tied for sixth at the CME Group Titleholders.
  • Tied for seventh at the Kia Classic.
  • Tied for ninth at the Sybase Match Play Championship and the Lorena Ochoa Invitational.
  • Competed on her second U.S. Solheim Cup Team with a 1-3-0 record.

Amateur Highlights

  • Wie set multiple records during her successful junior and amateur careers.
  • At the age of 10, she became the youngest to qualify for the USGA Women’s Amateur Public Links Championship, in 2000. That year, she also won the Honolulu Mayor’s Cup and was the low amateur in the women’s division at the Hawaii State Open.
  • Wie won the Hawaii State Junior Golf Association’s Tournament of Champions in 2001-02 and was the youngest winner of both the 2001 Jennie K. Wilson Invitational (the most prestigious women’s amateur tournament in Hawaii) and the 2001 Hawaii State Women’s Stroke Play Championship.
  • After a runner-up finish in the women’s division of the Hawaii State Open, Wie was the first and youngest female (11 years old) to qualify for match play at the 93rd Manoa Cup Hawaii State Amateur Match Play Championship and would become the first and youngest female (12 years old) to advance to the second round at the 94th edition of the event in 2002.
  • Also in 2002, Wie was the youngest junior medalist of the Trans National Women’s Amateur Championship and the youngest player to advance to the semifinals of the USGA Women’s Amateur Public Links Championship, before losing 3&2 to Hwanhee Lee.
  • Wie carded a 13-stroke victory in the women’s division of the 2002 Hawaii State Open and was the first female to compete in the Hawaii Pearl Open, as well as the first female and youngest player to make the cut at the Hawaii State Amateur Stroke Play Championship, where she tied for 17th.
  • She first competed in a LPGA event at the 2002 LPGA Takefuji Classic when she became the youngest player to Monday qualify for a LPGA event at the age of 12 years, 4 months, 14 days.
  • In 2003, at the age of 13, Wie made her mark as the youngest USGA champion in an adult event when she defeated Virada Nirapathpongporn 1 up at the USGA Women’s Amateur Public Links Championship.
  • At the 25th Anniversary Hawaii Pearl Open, she was the first and youngest female to make the cut, then tied for 43rd.
  • In seven events on the 2003 LPGA Tour, her best finish was a tie for ninth at the Kraft Nabisco Championship, where she set numerous records with the finish: youngest player to make the cut at a LPGA event (13 years, 5 months, 17 days); youngest player to finish in the top 10 at a LPGA event (13 years, 5 months, 19 days); and tied the tournament record for lowest round by an amateur (66, -6) during the third round.
  • In 2004, six of seven starts on the LPGA Tour for Wie ended with a top-20 finish, or better, including a season-best fourth-place finish at the Kraft Nabisco Championship, which matched the tournament record for best finish and lowest 72-hole score by an amateur.

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