Tiger Woods defends swing changes; Michelle Wie drops in LPGA rankings
Tiger Woods said yesterday that his on course performance this year proves he made the right choice changing his swing after the 2000 season. Woods, who won his sixth consecutive PGA Tour event at the American Express Championship Sunday, was originally criticized for making the changes …
Woods also said he plans to continue improving and has his eye on winning a Grand Slam …
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Could you give me a list of all the other LPGA golfers who have ranked as high as Michelle at age 16?
Hint for "not so bright": It would be a very, very short list.
Another first, I bet Michelle is also the first person to achieve a top 10 in the world having never won a professional tournament--now that's an accomplishment.
Well, money has been around for a few years. How about a list of 16 yr olds who have won more money than Michelle Wie?
One thing Ghet and I completely agree on is that if it is only about the money, than Michelle Wie is a huge success as a golfer and a person, maybe that can be her legacy.
Well, standings on a money list ARE all about money. MW has no control over other people's expectations. She will be the savior of the woman's game. The LPGA may be too root-bound to make the concessions required to bring her aboard, but another group will be formed if the LPGA founders.
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