Michelle Wie took a selfie with the US Open trophy
A great up-close shot of what it's like to be a US Open champion.
Michelle Wie won the US Women's Open on Sunday and then did what any self-respecting 24-year-old with a massive Instagram following would do.
She took a selfie with the trophy.
"Oh, my God, I can't even think straight," said Wie after the win. "I'm so happy right now. I'm just unbelievably happy. I'm so honored to be part -- to have my name on the trophy. Just so grateful for everything. I'm just really happy. I'm really thankful, just everything, feeling every single emotion I can right now."
Later in the night she posted this photo of her "table topping" -- a small self-deprecating dig at herself for the way she putts and a large dig at everyone else for making fun of her for it.
She's also a sponsor's dream:
And finally she thanked Rickie Fowler and Keegan Bradley for handing over their yardage books from the men's US Open two weeks ago.
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