Wie has issues on 9th hole, makes quintuple-bogey 9
EDINA, Minn. -- Michelle Wie tumbled out of contention at the U.S. Women's Open on Thursday after taking a quintuple-bogey 9 on the ninth hole, making the turn in 42 and falling nine shots behind the early leaders.
Wie, an 18-year-old from Hawaii who had to qualify for the first time since the eighth grade, arrived at Interlachen showing signs that her wrist injuries were healed and her confidence improving.
One hole left her in a state of shock.
She pulled her tee shot into ...
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63rd U.S. WOMEN'S OPEN
Where: Interlachen CC; Edina, Minn.
Yardage, Par: 6,789 yards, par 73
2008 Champ: Inbee Park
Fourth round• Inbee Park is youngest winner of Women's Open
• Watch: Park makes history | Park highlights
• Watch: Lewis falls short in professional debut
• U.S. Women's Open leaderboard | Photo gallery
• Annika ends with amazing eagle
Third round• Lewis takes Women's U.S. Open lead in pro debut
• Watch: Third-round U.S. Open highlights | Photos
• Watch highlights: Lewis | Creamer | Sorenstam
• Wie misses cut, may need Q-school
• Sirak: Sunday should have American tinge to it
Second round• Park takes lead, Kerr lurks | Watch: Highlights
• Sirak: LPGA torch ready to be passed Sunday?
First round• Hurst, Oh share early U.S. Open lead | Watch
• Sirak: Wie's Open likely ended with a 9 ... Watch
• GolfForWomen.com: Round 1 photo gallery
Preview• ESPN.com/GolfWorld: Experts' Predictions
• Can Ochoa match Annika's 3 Open titles?
• Sirak: Major blues for Americans
• U.S. Women's Open player profiles
• GolfForWomen.com: Lopez reminisces | Picks
USWomensopen.com• Interlachen Country Club course overview
• Official site | Open records | Past champions