Michelle Wie won't be in the Sony Open field for the first time since 2003, but there are plenty of other players to watch.
Michelle Wie suffered another setback on Saturday at the U.S. Women's Open, where she withdrew on the 10th hole after aggravating a wrist injury.
There's the Michelle Wie Way. And there's the Morgan Pressel Way. With nearly two dozen teens (and one preteen) in this week's U.S. Women's Open field, both roads to success are getting tested.
Michelle Wie is learning to compete with the world's best, but learning to win may be more important.
Vijay Singh got a second chance for victory at the PGA Championship, which was symbolic of his entire career.
Michelle Wie will undoubtedly get more offers to play in PGA Tour events, but she'd be better off declining them -- for now.
Michelle Wie has tons of ability, but if she keeps playing against the pros, she'll never learn how to win.
Many will criticize Michelle Wie's participation in another men's event, but the novelty hasn't worn off.
With so many teens and inexperienced caddies, the Wie-Ammaccapane incident was bound to happen.