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World number one Tiger Woods returns to the Funai Classic after skipping the event last year, but Hurricane Wilma could wreak havoc at the star-studded event.
PALM DESERT, California: The first sign that something had gone wrong for Michelle Wie was when she was nowhere to be found more than a half-hour after finishing fourth in her professional debut.
Annika Sorenstam, her sights set on a fifth Samsung World Championship crown, surged to a four-stroke lead Saturday.
American Briny Baird, battling to keep his PGA Tour card, fired a sizzling 10-under 62 to grab the first round lead at the Las Vegas championships on Thursday.
B>PALM DESERT, California:/BAmerican teenager Michelle Wie embarked on her professional career Thursday, shooting a 2-under 70 while Annika Sorenstam took the first-round lead at the Samsung Championship with a 64 that could have been lower if not for missing putts inside five feet on the final two holes.
Michelle Wie, relaxed and smiling on her 16th birthday, is looking forward to starting her 'dream job' as a professional in the US$850,000 Women's World Championships at Bighorn Golf Club today.
American schoolgirl Michelle Wie , golf's most celebrated teenager since Tiger Woods, announced her long-awaited decision to turn professional on Wednesday.
In all likelihood, teenage prodigy Michelle Wie's decision to turn professional this week will prove to be a watershed moment in global sport.
Teen golf prodigy Michelle Wie will turn professional next Wednesday, sign endorsement deals worth US$10mil and make her pro debut the next week, I>Golf World/Imagazine reported on Friday.
All signs point toward Michelle Wie turning pro in time for the Samsung World Championship next month, which begins just a couple of days after her 16th birthday.