For those who think Michelle Wie made a mistake when she chose to juggle five years at Stanford while playing the LPGA, well, you’re mistaken – she calls that time the best years of her life.
With six birdies in a final-round 67, Michelle Wie charged to the top of the leaderboard Saturday at the LPGA Lotte Championship and claimed her third win on the tour.
Angela Stanford followed her take-charge 64 with a 67 in Friday's third round to maintain the lead over Michelle Wie and Hyo Joo Kim at the LPGA Lotte Championship in Hawaii.
Lexi Thompson moved to sixth in the latest Rolex Rankings after her victory at the Kraft Nabisco Championship, while runner-up Michelle Wie also made a big move.
Lexi Thompson and Michelle Wie share a two-shot lead going into Sunday at the LPGA's first major of 2014, the Kraft Nabisco Championship. Follow the highlights right here!
Sunday's final round of the first major of the LPGA season could produce quite the one-on-one matchup, as Lexi Thompson and Michelle Wie will begin the day tied for the lead at 10 under and two shots clear of the field.
Co-leaders Lexi Thompson and Michelle Wie will anchor the final round of the first major of the LPGA season, the Kraft Nabisco Championship -- see all the final-round tee times here.
The LPGA no longer revolves around the comings and goings of Michelle Wie. But her 5-under 67 in Thursday's first round of the Kraft Nabisco Championship showed Wie, 24, still moves the needle like no other.
Defending champion Stacy Lewis will share a tee time with 2014 Women’s Australian Open winner Karrie Webb and Jiyai Shin in Thursday’s first round at the HSBC Women’s Champions in Singapore.
Swede Anna Nordqvist shot a 5-under 67 at the LPGA Thailand on Saturday for a 4-stroke lead over top-ranked Inbee Park and American Michelle Wie.
Despite two late bogeys, Anna Nordqvist of Sweden shot even-par 72 to cling to the lead at the LPGA Thailand after a rainy second round on Friday.
Three birdies to start her first round pushed Anna Nordqvist to a 66 – and the top of the Honda LPGA Thailand leaderboard Thursday. At 6 under, the Swede is one shot ahead of Michelle Wie.
Michelle Wie led the afternoon highlight reel in the Bahamas, posting a bogey-free 65 to move within two strokes of leader Jessica Korda as Lydia Ko slipped to a tie for fifth.
Michelle Wie has been in the public eye for most of her life and she is determined to use that fame to help out those who are less fortunate, giving her new perspective on and off the course.
With Q-School having set up everyone's status for 2014, it's time to look back at some of the LPGA's outlooks for next season as well as some top issues of 2013.
Cristie Kerr likes playing with Michelle Wie because Wie can putt up with "Kerrisms." Wie enjoys Kerr's company because she isn't affected by the crowds that follow the LPGA's most-recognizable player. On Friday, that led to a crucial point for the U.S.
Michelle Wie was the right pick. No matter what happens this week in Colorado, know that what Wie brings to the table – no matter how unorthodox – is good for Team USA and the LPGA. Wie needs the Solheim Cup as much as the Cup needs her.
Hee Young Park notched her second career LPGA victory on the third hole of a sudden-death playoff with Angela Stanford at the Manulife Financial LPGA Classic on Sunday.
Michelle Wie decided to use driver only twice on Saturday. Angela Stanford used it everywhere. The result? They are both in contention.
Michelle Wie and Lydia Ko fired even-par 72s on Thursday at the Kraft Nabisco Championship, but it is the overall lesson that Wie can offer that Ko will learn from the most, says our Beth Ann Baldry.