With Natalie Gulbis tied for the lead, Stacy Lewis and Lexi Thompson two back and Michelle Wie three back, the LPGA couldn't have dreamed up a better scenario for the final day.
With two LPGA victories and a runner-up at a major, there's no doubting Lydia Ko's talent. She also seems to have the support system needed to succeed at a young age on tour.
U.S. Solheim captain Meg Mallon went with her gut in making Michelle Wie a captain's pick. Yeah, Wie is ranked 82nd, but she can bomb her drives and handle a big stage.
Standing 15th in Solheim points at the start of the LPGA Championship, Morgan Pressel jumped to 10th with her tie-for-third finish.
After opening with a 4-over 76 in the LPGA Championship, Michelle Wie comes back strong Saturday with a second-round 68.
Morgan Pressel, who last won in 2008, maintains a two-shot lead -- with No. 1 Inbee Park in the hunt -- as the LPGA Championship heads for a 36-hole final day.
The youngest player to win an LPGA event, Lydia Ko, is grouped with a former teen phenom, her idol Michelle Wie.
Michelle Wie stood just off the 18th green Sunday, watching Meg Mallon celebrate her U.S. Women's Open victory.