Michelle Wie’s first LPGA Tour win at Lorena Ochoa Invitational

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After spending most of her life under a microscope, teen phenom Michelle Wie finally won her first LPGA tournament at the Lorena Ochoa Invitational.
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"It feels, it sounds cliche, but it feels awesome. Fantastic actually. Hasn't sunk in yet at all," Wie said after the win.
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She made birdie on the final hole for a two stroke victory over Paula Creamer.
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Wie's emotions were clear as she tweeted after the tournament, "wooooOoooooooooohooooooooooooooo."
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"We have been through a lot as a family, and it's just so great that they are here to share my highs and to keep me up from the lows, as well," Wie said of her parents.
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Wie shot 70-66-70-69 over the week in Guadalajara, Mexico.
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The Solheim Cup seemed to be a career turning point for Wie, as she helped lead the U.S. to victory. "Being around the best players and just being in such high-pressure situations, it just taught me so much about handling that situation. And actually I wore my Solheim Cup shoes today. So felt pretty lucky," she said.