Michelle Wie discusses her ambitions, setbacks, unusual putting style, competing in men's professional golf, and winning the U.S. Open. Women do not need to tear each other down in order to be stronger and successful.
Endorsements include Nike, Sony, and McDonald's. Wie discusses playing baseball, turning pro at the age of 16, and the influence of her parents. First generation Asian Americans grow up in a different environment than their parents did.
The Ladies Professional Golf Association is going to grow and diversify. Wie dreams of playing in the Master's but her goal is to become the world's number one female golfer.
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Michelle Wie She was a global star before hitting her teenage years, a child prodigy on the golf course. Michelle Wie has been one of the biggest players in the game since she was 12. With her killer swing, Wie has made a career of collecting accolades. In a candid conversation with Kristie Lu Stout, we get an inside look into the world of the celebrity golfer and one of the world's most celebrated female athletes.
Length: 12 minutes
Copyright date: ©2015
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