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Comment from: Jim COULTHARD [Visitor]
Perhaps we will see Michelle Wie next year in the Nike Cup featuring top women golfers from the Western Hemisphere vs. the Eastern Hemisphere. I'm not sure about the name, but the omission of Michelle Wie from this year's American team will certainly provide an impetus for instituting a competition that would include Asian golfers--and I am sure that Nike would be very happy to do what it takes to bring this about.
08/21/05 @ 23:53
Comment from: visitor [Visitor]
To Jim: What's your point about devising a game for Asian golfers? Michelle Wie is an Asian American, still American albeit she is an amateur golfer. She was born in Hawaii, the last time I was there, it was part of the United States.

Besides the Solheim's rules, Lopez is not going to budge on her opinions and thoughts about Michelle Wie.
08/23/05 @ 19:56

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