Final Round of the SBS Open at Turtle Bay
Michelle Wie was in position for her first win until a double bogey on No. 11. At the time, Wie held a three-shot lead. She shot a 73 and finished second to Angela Stanford.
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Stanford took advantage of Wie's mistake with birdies on Nos. 13, 14 and 15 to win her fourth LPGA event.
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Wie rolled in a birdie on No. 4 to jump-start her round. She also made birdie on No. 9 to shoot two-under on the front.
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Stanford only made two bogeys all week.
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Players had to deal with brief periods of rain during the final round.
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Second Round of the SBS Open at Turtle Bay
Michelle Wie continued her strong play on Friday with a 2-under 72.
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Wie had three consecutive birdies on the front nine.
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Wie had two bogeys during her round, on Nos. 8 and 17.
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"I just tried to play patiently and tried to not to be too greedy," Wie said.
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First Round of the SBS Open at Turtle Bay
Michelle Wie kicked off her first season as a card-carrying LPGA member with a strong showing in front of a home-island crowd.
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"I had a couple of shaky driver shots, but overall I played pretty solid," Wie said. She finished the day six under and one shot behind the leader, Angela Stanford.
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"There were so many familiar faces out there," she said. "Just to see them rooting me on. Just to know they've been rooting me on for the last how many years. I just felt really comfortable, really grateful and happy to see all of them."
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Wie said she feels like she belongs. "You feel like you're more, not accepted, but you're more part of something," she said. "It's a different feeling, like you're part of something, part of an association, part of a legacy."
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Wie played the first SBS in 2005 as a 15-year-old amateur and tied for second.
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It also was at Turtle Bay in 2006 that she became the first female player to win a local qualifying tournament for the U.S. Open.
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Yani Tseng is tied with Wie at six under par, one stroke behind leader Angela Stanford.
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Morgan Pressel shot a one over 73 in her first round.