You don't have to go as far as Michelle Wie's Wikipedia page to understand the troubles she's encountered early in her career. A talent that women's golf had never seen, Wie was the next big thing without someone within a 3-wood distance of her, and she made waves with those big finishes in the majors at such a young age.
But, as golfers tend to do when the sophomore slump hits, Wie struggled to find her game, and made a questionable decision here or there.
On Sunday, Wie was in the final group of the CN Canadian Women's Open with Jiyai Shin, one of the top players in the game and a seven-time LPGA winner at the ripe age of 22. People expected Michelle to falter with someone so traveled in her group, but that wasn't the case. Wie went out and shot a 2-under 70, good enough for a three-shot victory, her second in less than a year.
The problem is, people still expect more. Michelle is ranked seventh in the world after the win in Canada, but that still isn't enough for the 20-year-old.Read More »from Michelle Wie slams the door on all that 'bust' talk