Born on October 11, 1989, Michelle Wie grew up in Honolulu, Hawaii with her parents. She had dual citizenship until she renounced her South Korean citizenship in 2013. Her mother was an amateur golfer, gaining a championship title in 1985.
Michelle Wie finished high school in 2007. She attended Standford University and completed her communications degree in 2012.
Michelle Wie started playing golf in 2002. It might not be a professional golf tournament, but she managed to make history. Wie was the youngest golfer in an LPGA event. She was also the youngest golfer to reach semi-finals in WAPL. With her success in the golf events, Wie attended intensive lessons for golf.
By the age of 13, Michelle Wie joined her first major golf event. She played in LPGA’s Kraft Nabisco Championship. Michelle Wie finished top 10 in the event. She didn’t win the championship, but Wie’s score indicated that she’d be an excellent golfer and a champion someday.
Later that year, Michelle became the champion in WAPL. She became the younger player to win a championship in such an event.
In 2004, Michelle Wie competed in a men’s golf event. She didn’t qualify for the final round of the Sony Event. However, Wie scored higher than 46 male competitors, finishing at the eightieth place. She also competed in Kraft Nabisco Championship, the second time around. Wie finished fourth place.
Wie joined the US Team for the Curtis Cup. She’s the youngest team member. The team won against Great Britain. However, in the summer of 2004, Wie lost the championship to a fifteen-year-old contender.
One summer year, Wie was the center of controversies. She received a grant of special exemption from USGA. Each year, USGA grants exemptions to players in its Women’s and Men’s Open.
Many players disapproved, saying Wie had to earn her way up. Others were amenable to the exemption. Wie did her best and scored well enough to quiet down the protesters. She finished in 13th place.
Throughout her career, Wie won four LPGA events with 2019 at the latest. She had won other tournaments, including Lorena Ochoa Invitational, her first win in a professional golf tournament. Since playing golf in 2007, Wie hired several caddies to work with her during a golf tournament. Right now, Duncan French is her caddie since 2013.
Wie also suffered a wrist injury in 2007. She needed to drink at least five pain killers a day to get through an event. Luckily, Wie recovered.
Recently, Michelle Wie announced her engagement with Jonnie West. The two married in late 2019. in January 2020, Michelle Wie announced her pregnancy.
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