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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Michelle Wie
Wie has been one of the biggest names in women's golf since she was 13 and played in the final group of a major. She now has four LPGA victories and leads the tour's money list.
Jessica Korda won her first LPGA Tour title two years in Australia and opened this season with another victory in the Bahamas. On Sunday, the 21-year-old Florida got one on her home turf with a back-nine charge in the Airbus LPGA Classic.
Imagine the odds that could have been offered on this at the start of the year. Going into the second weekend in May, Michelle Wie has made more money on her tour than Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson combined have made on theirs.
Stacy Lewis went from all those runner-up finishes to a runaway victory.
There was no near-miss for Stacy Lewis this time.
Suzann Pettersen was prepared for a much longer break from LPGA Tour when she started having more back problems.
Except for a major that lacked drama in the final hour, rarely has the entire month of April delivered so much excitement. Some of the biggest names and brightest stars won all the tournaments, one after the other, even as one of the tour's best players was sidelined by a back injury.
Karine Icher and her caddie husband, Fred, evaluated the conditions and course at challenging Lake Merced and decided on a Day 1 strategy: stay short of the pin and putt uphill.
A beaming Michelle Wie explained her oversized visor as a necessary new addition after recently discovering wrinkles at age 24, then good-naturedly defended her unique, hunched-over putting stroke because Jack Nicklaus uses it.
Michelle Wie rallied from four strokes back entering the day to shoot a 5-under 67 on Saturday and win the LPGA LOTTE Championship.
Michelle Wie began the week reminiscing about the first time she played on the LPGA Tour.
Angela Stanford shot a 5-under 67 on Friday to open a four-stroke lead after three rounds of the LPGA LOTTE Championship in breezy Hawaii.
Lexi Thompson took a lot of the drama out of the final round of the Kraft Nabisco Championship. So did Michelle Wie.
Michelle Wie and Lexi Thompson know exactly what's at stake Sunday at Mission Hills - for themselves and the attention-starved LPGA Tour.
Se Ri Pak was wrapping up her post-round interview when Lexi Thompson's 8-under 64 was posted on a monitor in the media center.
"I stuck with my game plan and I think it was the right play," Wie said. "Who knows? In hindsight you would do something here or do something there, make a putt there. That's the way golf is. I just couldn't get anything going today."