Big PlayBy Brad ReddingWho: Michelle Wie
What: A sliced three-wood tee shot into a water hazard
Where: 396-yard par-4 11th hole at Turtle Bay
When: Final round of the SBS Open
Why: Wie's water ball was caused by bad timing, but her back-nine meltdown won't hurt her psyche or slow her progress. She's simply going through the learning-to-win process that she never had as a youngster because she skipped junior golf, which is when most prodigies hone that skill.
Close calls like last week's are building blocks that, along with her Mickey Wright-like swing and monster distance, will turn Wie into one of the most dominant players in history.