The former world No. 1, pregnant with her first child, will be watching this time as today's No. 1, Yani Tseng, headlines the field.
The 22-year-old has won seven LPGA tournaments in 20 events this year. While other players have won more in one season, few have had a better victory ratio.
Her Canadian Women's Open win last year is one of her two LPGA titles, but since then she has struggled.
Despite doubts over tournament numbers that plagued the LPGA early on in the season, the league is thriving, and this week's Safeway Classic is a must-watch.
To critics of her performance and her focus on golf, Wie says she's trying her hardest and has no regrets.
The South Korean finished her final round, but 30 players did not. Another South Korean, So-Yeon Ryu, and American Cristie Kerr lurk near the lead.
After 36 holes of play, spread over three days and nearly 12 hours of delay, Mika Miyazato is leading the field on a rain-soaked Broadmoor course.
With two majors and a major wannabe in the next four weeks, now is the time to get hot. First up is the biggest tournament of all, the U.S. Women's Open.
Four of the last six U.S. Open winners have been non-Americans, but the one guy always lurking near the top is Phil Mickelson, here are the players and stories to watch at Congressional this weekend.
Former world No. 1 Tiger Woods makes his return from a minor knee injury, while the current No. 1 player, Lee Westwood, declined to enter the year's self-proclaimed "fifth major."