Michelle Wie may be on the verge of something special this season on the LPGA Tour
Michelle Wie has enough money. She could've walked away from this game years ago with a good career. Not the kind everyone expected of course, but certainly memorable enough.
The injuries have been relentless. The criticism widespread. The expectations, at times, off the charts.
And yet here she is at age 28, having reinvented herself for the umpteenth time, on the verge something quite possibly, hopefully … great.
“I always think the best is in front of me,” said Wie at the LPGA Bank of Hope Founders Cup, her first start since winning for the first time in four years in Singapore two weeks... read more
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