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Comment from: smudge [Visitor]
Why is this news? She is 238th or something in the world. She is a never was. Why do you bother to waste your ink on her. Why not talk about all the other professionals who know the rules, play within them, and kick ass on the course week in and week out. And most of them are younger than Wie, and have to this date far more accomplishments, except for the silly endorsements.
07/19/08 @ 22:24
Comment from: Joe Cool [Visitor] Email
Oh, I got it...your name is Smudge Tseng, I should have known!
07/19/08 @ 22:51
Comment from: John D [Visitor]
Wie-Wee is not only a poor golfer....she is incompetent (or stupid). She forgot to sign her card!

Sue Witters, the LPGA?s director of tournament competitions, disqualified Wie in a small office in an LPGA trailer at the golf course after asking her what had happened.

?She was like a little kid after you tell them there?s no Santa Claus,? Witters said.
07/20/08 @ 06:28
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
In line with Geoff Shackleford, it reflects poorer on the LPGA and its Standard Operating Procedure than it does Wie. If you are the premier professional tour, you should have instruments in place to certify that this does not happen. It is the player's responsibility in the end, but a little help along the way is certainly expected. At every event I've played, coached and refereed, we always ask aloud of each contestant, DID YOU SIGN YOUR CARD? The LPGA should follow suit.
07/20/08 @ 06:55
Comment from: JR [Visitor] Email
weren't Tseng and Wie tied on the 17th? I believe since Wie would've been in 2nd place, she must have bogeyed 18.
07/20/08 @ 07:34
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email

We all realize that Bubbles isn't very bright, but she had to know that she was on thin ice after she was chased down by a volunteer to have her belatedly sign her scorecard.

The honorable thing for her to do would have been to return to the scoring table and inform the LPGA officials of her latest faux pas. She would have been disqualified then and there.

Instead, she , her parents, and her agent chose for Bubbles to attempt to skate by.

Fortunately, there were too many people who were aware of this subterfuge.

Alex USMC 1969-73
07/20/08 @ 10:29
Comment from: coolio [Visitor] Email

How stupid is The Teenage Golf Sensation?!

"As I said, the score does not reflect how I played today."

07/20/08 @ 15:45
Comment from: MaiTaiSoo [Visitor] Email
Semper Fi Alex. Too bad, this early DQ messed up my Sun TV viewing schedule. The lpga broad should have DQed her after today's round... would even be a bigger story if she won the SFC. Wonder if ESPN is upset about the ratings loss and ad revenue loss?
07/20/08 @ 15:50
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
IF she had made it to Sunday, Bamberger would have caught a supersonic flight from Birkdale in time to invent a rules violation from Thursday. That's my conspiracy theory proposal for today.
07/20/08 @ 19:12
Comment from: Joe Cool [Visitor] Email
Ron Mon,
Good grief, is Bumberger still around. I thought he moved to Siberia to write expose on the reindeer. I read that Tseng shot a solid 72 and OH NO shot a 69 to get into the one hole playoff.
07/20/08 @ 21:33
Comment from: Art [Visitor] Email
If there is a conspiracy She will get through it eventually if She keeps shooting like She did this weekend.
The thing is this is one of the easier courses on tour. Wide fairways short holes. It is tough to putt though.
Go Michelle, but stay out of the men's game or you will suffer.
07/21/08 @ 04:27
Comment from: Shanks [Member] Email
Life is stranger than fiction. Shakespeare couldn't make this stuff up. Here we have one of the most talented female golfers in the world and there is all of this drama surrounding her life, seemingly at every turn. I imagine Carolyn Bivens became violently ill when she heard of this. Without question, Michelle Wie is a monstrous asset to the Tour.
07/21/08 @ 07:43
Comment from: putt4parr [Visitor] Email
Bivens should be sick. Why in the world was the scoring tent being manned by volunteers?
This is the "heart of the game" accordong to the LPGA and yet it is left to volunteers.

Those same volunteers were talking amongst themselves when they were overheard by LPGA officials.

LPGA, you are unfortunately proving Judge Smails correct. You are a pitty-pat bunch trying to play in the real world and it shows.

Oh and btw, the current British Open Champion pulled this same mistake in 2000. Forgot to sign his score card and was DQ'd.
Yup, none other than Padraig Harrington.


Funny tho, no one skewered him like they are Michelle.
07/21/08 @ 09:55
Comment from: Jennifer Mario [Member] Email
Good point about Harrington, Putt4Par. That's pretty ironic that it happened to Harrington, the guy who won this weekend while Wie was being DQd.

I felt awful for Harrington after that flap at the Belfry. Like Wie, it was looking like an important win for him, and he didn't find out until after his third round. And I guess it shows that no one is immune to mental lapses after shooting in the low 60s.


07/21/08 @ 14:25
Comment from: MaiTaiSoo [Visitor] Email
BREAKING NEWS: MW scheduled for the Legends Reno-Tahoe Open with the men (PGA) next week. Yippeeeee, the saga continues and now scrambling to find out who will provide the TV coverage. Gotta get the popcorn ready.
07/21/08 @ 15:43
Comment from: putt4parr [Visitor] Email
I agree that rules are ther and shoud be applied. MW is paying the price. I never argued that she shouldn't pay it, but the absolute glee with which Witters announced it was beyond good corporate sense.

As to all the others out there just jumping on the bandwagon of "lets beat on Michelle some more" need to get a life.
Attributing thoughts and felings to Michelle that she has never mentioned is totally ridiculous.

She can screw things up well enough all on her own without the Alexs of the world accusing her of lieing, cheating and dishonesty when none has been proven.
Good thing for most of them that they cannot be held responsible for their statements in this anonymous internet setting....yet.
Bu it's looking more and more like the anonymity will soon be a thing of the past. And high time too. If you make an accusation, you better have the ammo to back it up.
07/21/08 @ 15:54
Comment from: MaiTaiSoo [Visitor] Email
How about it Jennifer... if Michelle makes 80K in this PGA tournament will she be tour qualified for next years LPGA? Could be a shocker and where is that popcorn?
07/21/08 @ 16:04
Comment from: Dave [Visitor] Email
I'm sick of the people who are trying to justify Michelle's latest cock up.

"None other than Padraig Harrington and Mark Roe made the same mistake.." etc.

I don't care if Harrington or Roe did it. It doesn't made it any more acceptable.

"Never mind Michelle, two-time Open Championship winner Padraig Harrington has done that, so don't worry about it. If he's done it, it's really no big deal at all."

The reasons the scoring tent exists are:

1) to total up your scores, and
2) to sign it.

Wie is a spoilt brat, utterly clueless about anything other than smashing a tee shot a long way with a driver. So what if the scoring tent was full of volunteers? How in any way does this excuse a 'professional golfer' from forgetting to sign her card? Stick up for the stupid girl all you want, but if she can't remember to do something so simple as signing her card, what chance does she stand of ever going far on this tour.
07/21/08 @ 17:19
Comment from: MaiTaiSoo [Visitor] Email
Dave's ..."but if she can't remember to do something so simple as signing her card, what chance does she stand of ever going far on this tour." Using your own mention of Padriag Harrington as the answer to your question... as far as winning 2 men's British Opens, back-to-back.
07/21/08 @ 17:38
Comment from: putt4parr [Visitor] Email
"....The reasons the scoring tent exists are:

1) to total up your scores, and
2) to sign it.

Hmm, then The Royal and Ancient as well as the USGA has it all wrong.

I won't make this easy for you Dave, but if you go look up rule 33-5 I believe there is mention made in that set of rules that it is the responsibility of "the commitee" to add the scores.
Nowhere in that set of rules is there any mention of the commitee doing so in a timely manner.

Also, in reading through rule 6-6 I can find no mention of leaving a roped off area or the scoring trailer prior to signing the score card. It may be in the LPGAs local rules.

"At the end of your round:
? In match play, ensure the result of the match is posted.
? In stroke play, ensure that your score card is completed properly
and return it as soon as possible. (Rule 6-6)"

(Rule 6-6 b)
"b. Signing and Returning Score Card
After completion of the round, the competitor should check his score
for each hole and settle any doubtful points with the Committee.
He must ensure that the marker or markers have signed the score
card, sign the score card himself and return it to the Committee as
soon as possible."
Again, no mention of leaving the scoring tent, trailer, rope corral or any other enclosure. And no mention of penalty for doing so.

Oh yes, those are direct quotes from the online rule book printed by the Royal and Ancient in Scotland, and therefore probably in violation of copyright.

So, all those wunderkind that want to jump all over me, just go and get the official rules and quote them exactly as they read from the Rules commitees handbook.

If I'm wrong, then give us chapter and verse.
Don't just assume that because some ratched jawed reporter got verbose with his scribbling, that it is gosple. Reporters are very prone to stretching the truth to make their stories look good.
07/21/08 @ 20:12
Comment from: MaiTaiSoo [Visitor] Email
P4P, I believe that their is a Section 3 somewhere in there that applies as well. Might recheck the book.

Don't worry about it and get the popcorn ready for 7/31 as she goes up against the men again in Reno-Tahoe.

I was wondering if she makes 80K+ in that one would that get her tour qualified for the LPGA. Wonder if the rule specifies only monies won on the LPGA tour can be counted or is it any golf tournament monies gets her qualified?
07/21/08 @ 20:26
Comment from: putt4parr [Visitor] Email
Actually, MaiTaiSoo, those are quoted directly from section 3. But if you think I am in error, give me the section, rule number and the quote.

Mostly, at this point I am really curious about who is interpreting the rules, what rules are they using etc. and so forth.

All part of the pecedings leading up to the next best spectacle that everyone will use to hang a licking on Wie again.
07/21/08 @ 20:31
Comment from: MaiTaiSoo [Visitor] Email
Hope this clarifies. She stepped outside of the scoring area as defined in Section (Item?) 3 of the LPGA Rules of Play which automatically means that her score card was deemed returned. Because it was unsigned when returned (by LPGA rule 3), this meant that she violated USGA Rule 6-6b for an unsigned score card.

2 rules at play here... 1 LPGA rule that forced her into a USGA gotcha rule.

Let's move on and see what happens next week. Will enjoy when all the reporters (posters) go bonkers. This is getting to be fun again.
07/21/08 @ 21:01
Comment from: MaiTaiSoo [Visitor] Email
P2P, I wanted to add something to the above post... Most criticism from experts are saying that she is a professional and should know golfs rules. I can agree with that.

Problem here is there are 2 rule books in play. The USGA & the LPGA. She is not an LPGA member so one wonders if there is a valid excuse for her not knowing all the intricacies of their (LPGA) rules. When she plays on the Asian tour, I wonder if she knows all the intricacies of their rules too.

Just a thought. What do you think?
07/21/08 @ 21:19
Comment from: putt4parr [Visitor] Email
Nope, there is no such rule.

Section III Rule 6-6 deals with scoring.

See, theres where everyone gets off track, most of you have never read the rules from start to finish.

You all tend to rely on someone else to interpret thos rules.

The only possible rule would have to fall under and LPGA tournament rule.

USGA rules don't seem to define the rule Michelle was apparently DQ'd under.

Oh, and I have just read the rules for the third time tonight.

Section III, Rule 6-6(a) Recording Scores.
(b) Signing and Returning Score Card
(c) Alteration of Scorecard
(d) Wrong Score for Hole.

no 2 rules at play, I seriously doubt that most people have really read the rules.

Come on Jennifer, where have they hidden the rule about leaving the scoring area.
Section III rules 31 thru 34 deal with rules etc, especially disputes, but again, there is no mention of leaving the are and returning to sign the card.
07/21/08 @ 21:38
Comment from: Jennifer Mario [Member] Email
MaiTai, it has to be money earned in LPGA events. So if she managed to make the cut against the men and earn winnings, they wouldn't count toward the LPGA money list.

The same rule recently worked against new pro Stacy Lewis who is also trying to join the LPGA through the money list rule. She just earned over $160K by tying for third at the women's US Open, but because the Open is a USGA event rather than LPGA, the earnings don't count.
07/21/08 @ 21:39
Comment from: MaiTaiSoo [Visitor] Email
Thanks for the info Jen.

P4P, I guess you are correct if you insist that only USGA rules apply here but she was in the SFC which is an LPGA sanctioned event and their Rules of Play apply too. 2 rule books in play here where 1 rule (LPGA item 3) shoves her into a violation of another rule (USGA 6-6b). The perfect "gotcha."

Maybe Jen can explain it better than I can.
07/21/08 @ 21:48
Comment from: Jennifer Mario [Member] Email
P4P, it's one of the LPGA's Rules of Play, an adjunct to 6-6 of the USGA's Rules of Golf.

Here's 6-6b in the Rules of Golf:
Signing and Returning Score Card
After completion of the round, the competitor should check his score for each hole and settle any doubtful points with the Committee. He must ensure that the marker or markers have signed the score card, sign the score card himself and return it to the Committee as soon as possible.

Here's Item number 3 of the 2008 LPGA Rules of Play: Returning of scorecards, 6-6, page 31 ? A player is deemed to have returned her scorecard to the committee when she leaves the roped area of the scoring tent or leaves the scoring trailer.

So basically, the USGA rule says you have to return a signed scorecard, and the LPGA rule goes a step farther and defines exactly when a scorecard is considered returned.
07/21/08 @ 21:54
Comment from: MaiTaiSoo [Visitor] Email
Jen, is that where Michelle went wrong... she has all the USGA rules memorized but didn't have all the LPGA rules memorized? Maybe her excuse is that she is not an LPGA member so she doesn't need to have all their rules memorized?

Saying 'yes' or 'maybe' to the 2nd question might make putt4parr happier, I think.
07/21/08 @ 22:12
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
How about USGA Rule 33-7. Disqualification Penalty; Committee Discretion

A penalty of disqualification may in exceptional individual cases be waived, modified or imposed if the Committee considers such action warranted.

Any penalty less than disqualification must not be waived or modified.

If a Committee considers that a player is guilty of a serious breach of etiquette, it may impose a penalty of disqualification under this Rule.
07/21/08 @ 22:15
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email

Bubbles has no chance to make the cut at Reno. NONE. I know it, you know it, and even putt4par probably knows it.

Have you ever seen that course? I have. I played it in June of 2005 from the members tees. It was LONG then. From the championship tees it's about 7500 yards long. The terrain is similar to that of Mystic Rock in Pennsylvania. Lots of huge trees and scattered boulders. Very steep inclines and declines. And we all know how Bubbles played at Mystic Rock, about 15 over par for two rounds.

Bubbles should be infinity to one to make the cut at Montreux. Anything less and a bettor would be giving his money away

Alex USMC 1969-73

07/21/08 @ 22:36
Comment from: putt4parr [Visitor] Email
Thanks Jen, that was the answer I was looking for.
It is a local rule (ie, LPGA tournament rules) which is fine, I just couldn't find it.
Since she did sign her card, under the R & A rules, she would have been fine.

Lol, Alex, I can see your basic sense of ill humor has not dissipated over the past winter and this summer.
07/21/08 @ 23:42
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Actually, the USGA rule defines when and where it is returned. Once you leave the scoring area, it is set in stone. In that same area of rule 6-6, section C, it reads:
c. Alteration of Score Card
No alteration may be made on a score card after the competitor has returned it to the Committee.

She had returned it to the committee when she left the tent. That's where my 33-7 comes in to play.
07/22/08 @ 06:45
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email

I'm happy that you've seen fit to end your self-imposed exile from this forum.

I thought that you might have ended it all, or returned to the re-hab facility.

What's with this veiled threat to end internet anonymity? I retired a few months ago, so I haven't kept up with all you pseudo attorneys. You haven,t been in touch with our erstwhile friend Ghet Rheel, have you?

It's good that you don't give a rodent's rectum if Bubbles doesn't make the cut in Reno, since she has NO chance. In fact, she may have trouble walking two rounds on that course. And if it's hot, as it is many times in the Reno-Tahoe area at that time of year, Bubbles may have to resort to the old reliable "heat exhaustion."

Ah misogyny, thy name is Alex!

Alex USMC 1969-73
07/22/08 @ 08:13
Comment from: George [Visitor]
One week from today it won't matter. By July 31, Michelle Wie will be older than Paula Creamer was when Paula -- who does know how to win LPGA events -- became the youngest female in history to win a multi-round LPGA event.

Michelle apparently is not at Evian, whcih would have been her last chance.

When Michelle failed to win this recent tournament, her shot at that piece of golf history fizzled.

It's ironic that the two golfers who probably annoy the Wie Warriors the most -- Paula Creamer and Morgan Pressel -- are the youngest golfers to win an LPGA event, and LPGA major, respectively.

07/22/08 @ 20:12
Comment from: MaiTaiSoo [Visitor] Email
Ron, don't believe that 6-6c comes into play because 6-6b applies 1st and that was the stated reason from the LPGA's SW.

Your 6-6c claim is that she altered her card by signing it because she had previously returned it unsigned when she left the area.

LPGA 6-6b claim is that she left the area so her card was returned unsigned.

Chicken or egg, which came 1st? Well... the moment the last fraction of an inch of her "beautiful" body moved over the line (rope?), that's the moment 6-6b was violated... a few inches (feet?) later a volunteer catches up with her and has her sign which violates 6-6c. Your 6-6c violation was a few inches (feet?) too late.

But your mention of 33-7 is intriguing. For all of their (LPGA & Sue Witters) pomposity and claimed detailed knowledge of the rules, they probably forgot about 33-7 and using it to waive the DQ because of "exceptional individual case" circumstances.
07/22/08 @ 23:27
Comment from: Joe Cool [Visitor] Email
She had already stepped outside the roped area around the scorer?s tent before she was called back, a no-no according to Rule 6-6

You are wrong Jennifer. There is nothing about stepping outside the roped area in rule 6-6 in the official rules of golf...this is strictly a LPGA item 3 rule.
07/23/08 @ 08:42
Comment from: John D [Visitor]
"Comment from: MaiTaiSoo [Visitor]
Ron, don't believe that .... so her card was returned unsigned.

Chicken or egg, which came 1st? Well... the moment..."

Everyone know that the chicken came first, as eggs are incapable of cuming!
07/23/08 @ 18:38
Comment from: MaiTaiSoo [Visitor] Email
John D, you crack us up! "...eggs are incapable of cuming!" ROFLMAO
07/24/08 @ 00:56
Comment from: Dave [Visitor] Email
putt4parr, please stop using the phrase 'R&A rules' when discussing golf played in the United States and Mexico. Here, golf is governed by the USGA; everywhere else in the world, by The R&A.

Also, you must realise that the PGA Tour, the European Tour, the LPGA Tour etc. set a bunch of tournament rules and regulations. The Rules of Golf and these tournament regulations work alongside each other; neither contradict one another. So, simply put, just because the Rule book makes no mention of scoring tents and zones and silly spoilt teenage brats, it doesn't mean that the LPGA cannot have a set of tournament regulations. They do not interfere with the Rules of Golf, nor do they override any of them. Understand that not every golf course has a bloody scoring tent at the end of it, so don't go looking in the official Rule book; and of course there's no mention of scoring zones in the Rule book, this little policy is set by the LPGA to make things run smoothly. I have no idea why you had trouble believing this regulation was in place just because you couldn't find it in the Rule book!

Another example is the following. In the Rules of Golf, there is no Rule banning practising on a hole (from a non-hazard; see Rule book for more info) after it has been completed. However, all the major tours don't allow it, for obvious reasons.

putt4parr, I HAVE read the Rules of Golf cover to cover, many times. I understand the Rules well, and I think every golfer should. Your misunderstanding of the issues here, and your argument that she was unjustly disqualified as she went against nothing in the Rules of Golf, was so ludicrous that to begin with I actually thought you were joking.
07/24/08 @ 19:02
Comment from: Jim C [Visitor] Email
It might make sense to DQ a player for not turning in her scorecard in a timely fashion--but if a player can be penalized for altering an unsigned scorecard, then an unsigned scorecard has legal standing, and there is no reason why a signature should be required. Turning in an unsigned card should either be considered the same as turning in a signed card, or not turning in a card at all. Where else could forgetting to sign a contract and signing it later be considered the same as altering a signed contract after the fact.
07/25/08 @ 01:24
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Dave, since I am not American, I'll refer to the rules as they are set out by the authority that governs everyone else in the world (except americans, of course).

I site R&A as the final authority.
Tough if you don't agree.

As to your conclusion that I think she was unjustly DQ'd, I have to question your reading comprehension.

Not once have I said she shouldn't be DQ'd.
What I did ask was to have it shown where the rule said anything about a roped off are.
Jennifer gave me my answer.

Only the LPGA Additional note/adjunct to rule 6-6b adds that description. That was the answer I was looking for.

Oh and I have read those same rules too, boyo. I was asking for clarification of something that seemed to be peculiar only to the LPGA. But again, if you, Dave, cannot read and comprehend what I was asking, then that is your problem, not mine.
Have a great day.
07/25/08 @ 09:34
Comment from: Dave [Visitor] Email
I'm from the UK, putt4parr, where are you from?

OK, now that we've argued these issues to death, and the golf world has moved on, let's just let it be.

Whether or not this whole scoring zone thing is a good regulation or not doesn't really matter, because we're not pulling the strings here.

I look forward to Michelle's peformance at next week's Reno-Tahoe Open. Should be a laugh.
07/25/08 @ 19:27
Comment from: Pacrim [Visitor] Email
Aspects of Miss Wie's game are better now than when she played the men before. Ball striking, distance control and putting have all improved remarkably. Her Driving continue to be her problem. When you consider the amount of fairways she is missing, it is quite remarkable she scores well at all.

She most likely has gained more tournament experience playing from bad lies and out of the rough than most LPGA golfers.

07/26/08 @ 02:49
Comment from: Joe Cool [Visitor] Email
You must have the something similar to NASCAR in England. When you say you look forward to Michelle's performance next week because you think it will be a laugh, that is like the people attending NASCAR just to see a wreck. If you do not have anything nice to say about Michelle, then do not say anything at all.
07/29/08 @ 10:38
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email

You can't be serious. If you are, you had better stay out of that tropical sun.

So far in 2008, Bubbles has completed three events of the five to which she received exemptions. In the US Open, an event sanctioned by the LPGA, she missed the cut, as she did in the Michelob. She also missed the cut in the State Farm where she was disqualified after the second round.

In the tournaments on the LPGA tour where she did complete four rounds, she finished T72nd in the Fields, 20 shots behind the winner, Paula Creamer, T46th in the Farr, 17 strokes behind Paula, and T24th at the Wegman's, ONLY 12 shots behind the winner.

Are those the indications of "remarkable improvement" in Bubbles' game of which you speak?

Remarkable improvement is usually shown by wins, top 5's, top 10's, or even top 20's. Not so with Bubbles' game. Unless, of course, you want to count her sixth place in the German Women's Open, which had probably the thinnest, weakest field on any women's tour this year.

Pacrim, your writing and choice of words indicate that you are not an idiot.
Therefore, I must conclude that your ridiculous pronouncements are but poor and thinly veiled attempts as a "devil's advocate" to elicit comment.

Alex USMC 1969-73
07/29/08 @ 17:35
Comment from: Dave [Visitor] Email
> If you do not have anything nice to say about Michelle, then do not say anything at all.

Joe, I'm not really sure where you're coming from with this one. This is a blog, a place to discuss golf issues. It isn't a fan club; it's a place to put your opinions out there.

I guess your brain stopped working for a second there?
07/30/08 @ 14:15
Comment from: John D [Visitor]
I have an idea for your next book title... Wie-Wee, all washed up before an attempt at Champion.
08/01/08 @ 16:39
Comment from: Dave [Visitor] Email
How about:

"Michelle Wie: The Story of a Teen Who Conned Nike and Sony Out of Millions of Dollars"

Or maybe:

"Michelle Wie: The Anna Kournikova of Golf"


"How To Get To World No. 2 Without Winning Anything"

"Michelle Wie: A Marketing Triumph"

Any more ideas?
08/01/08 @ 17:39
Comment from: Dave [Visitor] Email
"Michelle Wie: The Story of a U.S. Women's Publinks Champion"

"The Sensational Story of a Teenage Golf Prodigy Who Hasn't Won Anything Just Yet But Probably Will Soon 'Cause She's Now 'Back' From That Fake Wrist Injury"
08/01/08 @ 17:43
Comment from: Joe Cool [Visitor] Email
I was just trying to protect my little sister!

Michelle's main goal is Stanford which she stated during an interview. I do not think she has any desire to go to Q School should she not finish in the top three at the CWO. To go even further, I do not think she even wants to finish in the top 80 on the money list, because then she would have to accept her LPGA card and I don't think she wants the card anytime soon. She will go back to Stanford in the Fall and take her exemptions for the 2009 LPGA season. When she says that she doesn't really care what people say about her, I find that unusual for an eighteen year old girl. Perhaps her arrogance is brought forth by the fact that she is financially set for life. Hmmm, does Madonna ring a bell?
08/13/08 @ 22:39
Comment from: Joe Cool [Visitor] Email
Do not forget to call Michelle and tell her the Q-School application deadline is 9-9-2008 at 5:30 pm EDT. I am sure she will not want to forget to file her application.
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