Follow Michelle Wie's final round at the SBS Open in Hawaii

Follow Michelle Wie’s final round at the SBS Open in Hawaii

Michelle Wie is making her debut as a full-fledged member of the LPGA
Tour in Oahu at the SBS Open. She started the day tied for the lead with Angela Stanford. Wie’s trying to win her first professional tournament. She’s on the course now, and we’ll be keeping up with her round here in
the Press Tent.9:13 p.m. That’s all folks. Angela Stanford is your winner. She made only two bogeys all week, and it’s her third win in her last seven starts. Wie finished second.8:53 p.m. Wie went bunker to bunker off the tee and failed to get up-and-down for par. Stanford leads by three going to 18.8:36 p.m. Wie knocked her second shot on 16 to 3 feet … then missed the putt. Stanford made par to keep a two-shot lead heading to 17.8:17 p.m. Stanford made her third straight birdie, and she is taking Wie to school on the back nine. Stanford leads by two with three holes left.8:08 p.m. Stanford regained the lead with a birdie on 14. Wie flew the green and got up-and-down to save par.7:52 p.m. Wie’s lead is gone. Stanford made a birdie on 13 to tie Wie at 8-under par.7:45 p.m. Wie and Stanford failed to take advantage of the par-5 12th. Both players made par.7:22 p.m. After hitting her drive in the hazard on No. 11, Wie airmailed the green, flubbed her chip shot, then two-putted for a double bogey. Wie leads Stanford by one.7:05 p.m. What a mistake by Wie. She dumped her tee shot right into the hazard. Stanford took an aggressive line with her driver and found the fairway.7 p.m. Stanford makes another bogey, while Wie just misses for birdie. Wie leads by three through 10 holes.6:48 p.m. On the back nine this week, Wie is a combined 3-under par. She’s made five birdies and two bogeys.6:42 p.m. Incredible answer from Wie. In front of the green in two shots, Wie hit a poor chip, leaving herself about 10 feet for birdie. Stanford makes par after taking an unplayable, but Wie made her birdie putt for a two-shot lead heading into the back nine.6:40 p.m. Wow, what a break for Stanford on the par-5 9th. She took an unplayable lie, hit a wedge to about 15 feet, and holed a putt for par.6:16 p.m. Wie is back in the lead. Stanford made a bogey on the par-3 8th. Park makes another bogey and now sits four behind Wie.5:46 p.m. Park drops to three behind the leaders after a bogey on 6. Wie and Stanford remain at 9 under with pars on Nos. 5 and 6.5:31 p.m. It’s turning into a match-play situation. Angela Park is the only player within two shots of Wie and Stanford. Momoko Ueda is in fourth place, five shots behind the leaders. 5:21 p.m. We have a match. Wie birdies the 4th hole to tie Stanford at the top.4:51 p.m. Stanford makes the first move with a birdie on the par-5 3rd hole. Wie makes par.4:29 p.m. Stacy Lewis looks like the real deal. She finished in the top 10 twice last season in seven events, including a T-3 at the U.S. Women’s Open, then went out and finished first at Q-school. She may not win this week, but she’s in position for a top 10 to start the season. 4:10 p.m. Opening pars for Wie and Stanford. 4:05 p.m Can’t imagine what a win today would do for Wie’s confidence. She hasn’t won a tournament in six years! She’s played steady golf in tough conditions all week, but Wie is going up against a tough opponent in Angela Stanford, a three-time winner on Tour.Leaderboard on | Photos | More about Wie 

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