Michelle Wie won in Hawaii then immediately played ping pong
Michelle Wie winning tournaments, taking selfies, and playing ping pong.
Michelle Wie gets the rawest deal in golf outside of Tiger Woods. She was laden with unfair expectations at an unfair age and though her career interest has waned at times, there's a chance she's just a really good golfer coming into her own at the ripe old age of 24.
Wie won the Lotte Championship on Saturday in Hawaii with a final-round 67 to overcome a four-stroke deficit and win by two over Angela Stanford.
Stanford gave it up to Wie after the tournament.
"She's been playing great," Stanford said. "She's having a great year, so it was bound to happen. I just happened to be the one that caught the buzz saw."
It was Wie's third LPGA tour win in her career but her first since 2010, back when she couldn't legally drink alcohol. Here are some highlights from Wie's final round:
Then she helped host a ping pong tournament.
Kids these days.
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