Look no further, the new face of women's golf belongs to 19-year-old Lexi Thompson after her convincing victory at the Kraft Nabisco Championship.
Two of the biggest names in U.S. women's golf -- Lexi Thompson and Michelle Wie -- will go toe-to-toe Sunday in the final round of the Kraft Nabisco.
While Michelle Wie and Lexi Thompson duked it out for the lead, Charley Hull vaulted into contention, two shots back, with a 6-under 66.
Appreciative of the game, seemingly wiser from her travails, Michelle Wie is loving golf and life. And with a round like her 5-under 67 at the Kraft Nabisco on Thursday, why not?
Completing her coursework at Stanford is a big accomplishment, but many wonder if Michelle Wie will fulfill her potential on the golf course.
Her Canadian Women's Open win last year is one of her two LPGA titles, but since then she has struggled.
To critics of her performance and her focus on golf, Wie says she's trying her hardest and has no regrets.
The day's glamour group is more tease than please on the opening day of the LPGA Championship. Kerr and Wie shoot even par, Lincicome 2-over.
The LPGA tour stop kicks off a three-week summer stretch on U.S. soil. It has attracted a star-studded field, with 96 of the top 100 players on the money list, including five winners from this season.