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Wie shoots second-round 66 at U.S. Women's Open

By Star-Advertiser Staff

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Honolulu's Michelle Wie briefly grabbed a share of the U.S. Women's Open lead today with a stellar 6-under 66 at Blackwolf Run in Kohler, Wis. Her 4-under 140 left her one shot off the pace with half the field still on the course.

Starting on the back nine, Wie birdied the first two holes, part of a 4-under 32 at the famed Championship Course. She made the turn with another birdie at the par-4 first, stumbled with a bogey at the par-5 second, then righted the ship with birdies at Nos. 4 and 6. She had seven birdies and only one bogey for her round. It was her best 18 holes of a disappointing 2012.

Wie is tied for second with fellow American Cristie Kerr (71—140). Sweden's Suzann Pettersen is the clubhouse leader at 5 under 139 after shooting a second-round 68.







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dalawyer wrote:
There's still hope for the Punahou alum! Two more good rounds and the title is yours.
on July 6,2012 | 09:07AM
cojef wrote:
Never cared for her parent's decision for starting her off on a pro career so young, however that's not says she hasn't a chance. Hope she can get her game together and win a few more tournaments, major ones.
on July 6,2012 | 09:44AM
sluggah wrote:
For all the crap she got for turning pro early, she finished college, unlike many of the other pros. It was too tempting an offer to turn down. It was a different sort of career course, but she'll be prepared for more than just golf. I don't see Lexi Thompson or any of the other young pros finishing school. Good luck to Michelle, hopefully she'll fulfill her potential.
on July 6,2012 | 02:21PM
Manoa2 wrote:
That decision is one of those things that you really won't know about until after you make it. There is no book to follow on what to do if you have a golf progidy which she clearly was. It was crititicized at the time, but looking at it tody, it looks like the right choice and her parents raised her well-- she got her degree at Stanford, has been ranked in the top 2 or 3 in the LPGA even while a full time student. Now she can turn her attention to a pro career with money already in the bank and a degree from a prestigous school.
on July 6,2012 | 04:31PM
braddah wrote:
I disagree with her decision to go pro, I love her decision to complete her college degree at Stanford. Hope she starts playing and practicing regularly. Doctorate can wait until she's past her golf playing prime!
on July 6,2012 | 05:49PM
kainalu wrote:
... and she should crumble like a house of cards here soon. There are so many other female golfers out there more worthy of a report than our home-girl, who frankly, has never lived up to the hype.
on July 6,2012 | 10:09AM
8027382458 wrote:
She is local. If you want to read about mainland golfers, read mainland papers.
on July 6,2012 | 02:07PM
BlueDolphin53 wrote:
Good to see! Hopefully, she'll find her game and start to win again.
on July 6,2012 | 10:32AM
kainalu wrote:
Again?
on July 6,2012 | 07:52PM
nippy68 wrote:
overrated from the start and will never live up to her expectations. but hey........her parents made the right decision and got her the big endorsements she won in that category.
on July 6,2012 | 10:47AM
Louis_Winthorpe_III wrote:
True, way overrated.
on July 6,2012 | 02:21PM
ufried wrote:
she'll finish 30th... daddy will see to that!!!
on July 6,2012 | 12:57PM
8027382458 wrote:
Haaaaole?
on July 6,2012 | 02:08PM
CloudForest wrote:
Ratings go up as her score goes down ............ she will eventually come into her own and be great in the sport of golf!
on July 6,2012 | 02:43PM
kawikakoike96819 wrote:
Sad to say she WILL choke before its all over.
on July 6,2012 | 07:57PM
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