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Golf Australia Express : May 2014
Michelle Wie's third LPGA title might have been a while coming — nearly four years, in fact — but it seems a new, maturer Wie with a stronger focus and freer spirit is here to stay. Watch out ladies. T HE world forgetting about Michelle Wie might just have been the best thing that ever happened to her. Finally devoid of any sort of public expectation after a decade devoid of any meaningful or lasting success, Wie is in an impossibly good position. While most 24-year-old professionals are navigating the LPGA jungle without the pressure to perform yanking at their ankles, Wie has the same luxury — but with a world of experience banked safely inside that Hawaiian head. And finally — mercifully — it's all starting to come together. the player Words by Adrian Ballantyne Yes, Wie Can