I haven’t written a single word about Michelle Wie since 12/22/06, five whole months. I’m coming out of my boycott of mentioning anything about Wie to announce that she’s been given a sponsor’s exemption to play in the John Deer. Remember the John Deer when she shot 77 and then withdrew because of heat exhaustion? I wonder what Ken Venturi had to say about that…
Does we or her idiot “management” think she’s going to be competitive in a PGA Tour event after being sidelined with an injury for months? Will she be competitive after not even playing against the LPGA players? Many people like me are pretty sick of this and wonder when someone is going to tell her to stop. STOP NOW MICHELLE.
If you do a search here on Hooked On Golf Blog for the words “yawn” or “zzz” you’ll find almost always those words are in posts about Michelle Wie. I wish she’d focus on winning something, anything… a game of tic tack toe, checkers… anything. How about getting that first win on the LPGA tour? How about building a name for herself and dominating like she could on the LPGA.
To what end?
I’m trying to figure out just why Wie and her idiot “management” are doing this anyway? So she can have a record no female golfer will ever break or even come close, “The most missed cuts on the PGA Tour by a woman”?
What if she DID make a cut on the PGA Tour?
Let’s play this out a bit. Let’s say Wie puts together two good enough rounds to make the cut. Not likely but what if? So she plays on the weekend and what happens? Does she win? That would NEVER happen in a million years. About the best scenario if she did make a cut on the PGA Tour would be a tie for 88th place.
Yeah that’s great… T88! Love it. I can see Wie at the press conference.
Press: “Michelle you’ve made a cut on the PGA Tour and tied for 88th on one of the easiest courses on tour, against the weakest field of the year. What’s next for your career?”
Wie: “Like this is like the like ultimate. Like I like finally made a like cut like. Like I’m like going to like retire now…………. like.”
In the words of John Cleese on the Titleist NXT ads. “I think I’m gonna be sick.”