An article in The New York Times by golf writer Damon Hack does a post mortem on Michelle Wie's first year in professional golf.
With all that happened Wie’s first year -- firing a caddie, nearly winning a major, missing cuts playing against the men -- Hack points out how Wie’s career thus far resembles "Groundhog Day."
"She turned 17 on Wednesday but will start her second year in the same way she began the first: as a talented prodigy still looking for her first victory beneath the never-ending glare of the news media."
Wie states she wouldn’t change a thing. Ah, the optimism of youth.
Read the full article here:
Wie Has a Lot to Learn as a Pro (Including How to Win)
By the way, you gotta love a golf writer named "Hack."
The Armchair Golfer