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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 138
THETOUR COMING off a defining year on the LPGA Tour that netted Michelle Wie her maiden major (US Women's Open), fourth spot on that year's money list and Race to CME Globe standings, and the second most points towards the US Solheim Cup team, it's little wonder the world No.6 is constantly smiling these days. Since overcoming years of unfulfilled potential by winning at Pinehurst in June, the 25-year-old is now coming to terms with the fact that a throng of young stars – including world No.1 Lydia Ko – looked up to her as their inspiration. In many ways, at just 25 Wie is a kind of veteran out there...not that she's feeling old. OTG EYES Hear Wie's views on winning the US Women's Open and being a role model for others, in the video above. Wie Can Be a Hero
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