Michelle Wie

Kang and fellow pro golfer Michelle Wie took that trophy out for one wild night.
The recent Thrive event hosted by Arianna Huffington and Mika Brzezinski was packed with discussions and panels from thought
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Tiger Woods shoots his best round of the year, a 6-under 65 at the Barclays. He was tied for the lead with Vaughn Taylor.
On the undercard Yuri Foreman won the WBA Super welterweight championship. He's studying to become a rabbi. A boxing rabbi. Is that kosher?
From the moment Michelle Wie arrived, the golf establishment and the media have harassed, hounded, and undermined her success. Why would golf do this to its most bankable star since Tiger Woods?
Last week, Golfweek broke the story that 15 of the LPGA Tour's most notable players drafted a letter to the board of directors calling for Tour's Commissioner to step down: a coup d'etat, if you will.