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Comment from: John D [Visitor]
Woo-Hoo! Finally a winner. How long will it take until she tries for a PGA win? January?
2009-11-16 @ 06:08
Comment from: Golf Ball Pro [Visitor] Email
Im happy for you her after all that hating on her im glad to see this was the end result of that
2009-11-16 @ 10:19
Comment from: Jim C [Visitor] Email
Does anyone remember what happened the last time Wie played in an event hosted by a current or recent Number 1 player?
2009-11-16 @ 11:39
Comment from: Manynames [Visitor] Email
I think that her win was planned inside the LPGA. The girls knew if She won that they would make more money in the long run.
Wie did not play that well in her fourth round. She missed quite a few fairways and was lucky on the 18th hole. It's very well likely that when Wie was near the top of the leaderboard of a tournament all the other gals near the top would throw the match so that Wie would win so the LPGA would benefit. If you watched her play Sunday she really was not playing that well and her counterparts that usually play well down the stretch faltered. It really makes sense to me that this was planned by all the girls so they would get more exposure. The LPGA needed this outcome desperately.
2009-11-16 @ 12:25
Comment from: wunderkind [Visitor] Email
Good for her for winning.

Timing wise is a bit off.
2009-11-16 @ 17:44
Comment from: coolio [Visitor] Email
All hail The Queen of MCs, DQs, and WDs!

Who? Bu88les, aka Winless Princess, of course!


As soon as Bu88les has not everything handed to her on a silver plate, she quits, citing a fake injury.
2009-11-19 @ 20:26
Comment from: Boston Cab [Visitor]
Wow, awesome blog layout! How long have you been blogging for? you made blogging look easy. The overall look of your site is wonderful, let alone the content!
2011-01-12 @ 20:16

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