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Name: Michelle Sung Wie

Height: 6'0"

Birth Date: October 11, 1989

Birth Place: Honolulu, Hawaii, USA

Occupation: Professional Golfer
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A child prodigy and golfing sensation, Michelle Wie breaks records and barriers. Not only does she compete with women on the LPGA tour, she's gone head-to-head with men on the PGA tour and may start to make a habit of it.
It's hard not to like a golfing pheno.

Born to parents B.J. and Bo in Hawaii, Michelle Sung Wie began golfing at the age of four. When Michelle was 10 years old, she really turned it on, shooting a 64 at one of her favorite courses and qualifying for a USGA amateur championship event at the USGA's Women's Amateur Public Links Championship, becoming the youngest player ever to do so.

After winning two local tournaments at the age of 11, this prodigy again broke a record, becoming the youngest woman (at 12 years old) to qualify for an LPGA event. Also in 2002, Wie reached the semifinals of the U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links Championship, a tourney she would later win.

Amazingly, Wie was not satisfied with taking on the LPGA. She attempted to compete against men in the 2003 Sony Open on the PGA Tour. Though she missed the bid, she punctuated her year by joining the final grouping in her first LPGA major, and playing in three tournaments in which she was the only female.

In 2004, Wie qualified for the Sony Open, becoming the youngest player to ever play on the PGA tour. She missed the cut, but made headlines everywhere for making such an incredible appearance. Wie was also selected for the U.S. golf team, and finished an amazing fourth at the LPGA major event, the Kraft Nabisco Championship.

2005 was another great year for Wie. Although she did not do so well at her second attempt at the Sony Open, later in the year she was given another PGA exemption into the John Deere field. With just a few holes to go in round 2, she was several shots below the cut, and looked assured of making it. But then she made a couple of key mistakes, and once again just missed the cut. She had another chance against the men a few months later, at the Men's Public Links, where she shocked everyone by making it to the quarterfinals before being eliminated. Had she won that, she would have qualified for a trip to the Masters.

Meanwhile, she posted her best finishes ever on the LPGA tour. She finished second at the first event of the year, in Hawaii, and at the second Major of the year, the LPGA Championship, she not only became the first non-LPGA member to be allowed to play, she finished by herself in second place behind Annika Sorenstam. She was tied for the lead at the US Women's Open going into the final day, but did not do very well on Sunday, and finished tied for third at the British Open. It seems only a matter of time before she wins, and wins often.
MICHELLE Wie stole the spotlight for the wrong reasons on Friday when she was given a two-stroke penalty and fell 10 shots behind second-round leader Juli Inkster at the Women's British Open.

Wie believed she had matched Inkster's even-par 72 round at Royal Lytham. But it was turned into a 74 after officials ruled the 16-year-old star had made contact with moss in a bunker on her backswing.

Inkster's six-under total of 138 gave her a three-stroke lead over unheralded Silvia Cavalleri of Italy, and halfway to her 31st career title and eighth Major.

By contrast, Wie seemed to have little chance of winning her first pro tournament.

The American teen came into the tournament with high hopes after a second-place finish at last week's Evian Masters, and top-five finishes in her previous four Majors.

Two rounds of 74 meant a halfway score of only three inside the cut and a tie for 37th.

Six hours after Inkster left the recorders' office with her lead, Wie walked into the same hut to discover she was penalised for her bunker shot beside the 14th green.

Her touching the moss was picked up by TV viewers and tournament officials.

There was a piece of moss right behind my ball,' Wie said. 'I knew I hit it but I didn't think it would result in a penalty of two strokes. I thought if you hit dirt it would be OK but I guess I knew the rule wrong.

It's not good after you play, you find out you add two more shots in the end. The par saves I made on 17 and 18 feel as though they count for nothing in the end.'

It's not the first time in her short pro career that Wie has been penalised.

In her pro debut last October at the Samsung World Championship at Palm Desert, California, she took a penalty drop for an unplayable lie during her third round.

At the end of the tournament, officials ruled she made her drop at the wrong place and should have taken a two-shot penalty. They disqualified her for signing an incorrect card.
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