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Sunday, October 13, 2019

The Wie Update

Today I'm posting a link to Randall Mell's extensive article on Michelle Wie as she turns 30.

Michelle Wie

I'll just say that the article goes into considerable detail on where Michelle has been, where she is right now and what she has planned going forward. It's the most thorough piece I've seen on her for a long time, and all you Wie fans will want to read it.


  1. With the LPGA off this weekend I figure this to be the only writeup on the women's game for a few days so here's what happened earlier today in Asia:

    World #1 Jin Young Ko won her sponsor's major event on the KLPGA, the Hite Jinro Cup, with a 3 under par 285, 1 stroke clear of a quartet that included 2017 US Women's Open runner up Hye Jin Choi, who assumes the lead in the money list, player of the year and scoring average standings. World #2 Sung Hyun Park, a late entrant in this major, finished well back at +7.

    Meanwhile in Japan, their fellow Korean Ah Reum Hwang won the JLPGA's Stanley Ladies Golf Tournament with an 8 under par 100. No, that is not a typo: originally scheduled for 54 holes, the event was cut in half thanks to Super Typhoon Hagabis, which washed out play on Saturday. Anticipating the potential disruption they had a cut after Friday's opening round, then after the storm passed they spent Sunday morning getting the back nine ready for a nine hole sprint to the title without a gallery, allowing by that tour's definition for an official event to go into the record books, albeit with 75% of the original purse.

    1. Thanks for the updates, IC. I never seem to find English sites where I can learn about the Asian women's events.