Michelle Wie West to pull back from LPGA Tour at age of 32, will play US Open one week from now and 2023

Michelle Wie West to pull back from LPGA Tour at age of 32, will play US Open one week from now and 2023

Michelle Wie West to pull back from LPGA Tour at age of 32, will play US Open one week from now and 2023
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Former US Women’s Open boss Michelle Wie West has declared she is moving back from the LPGA visit at 32 years old.

Wie West will challenge the following week’s US Women’s Open – a competition she won in 2014 to guarantee her only major – and a similar occasion in 2023 yet doesn’t want to play in some other rivalries.

The American, who brought forth her little girl Makenna in 2020, says her body currently battles to adapt to the afflictions of expert golf.

Wie West told Golfweek: “On occasion, in the event that I truly do play a great deal of golf I’m simply in bed (a while later), I can’t lift Makenna up, and that frightened me.”

A re-visitation of expert golf in what’s in store isn’t impossible – “I’m most certainly not precluding anything” – however for the time being Wie West will zero in on different ventures including the Nike Athlete Think Tank, a gathering which advances ladies’ game and furthermore incorporates Serena Williams among its individuals.

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Wie West originally shot to popularity as the most youthful player to fit the bill for a USGA novice title at 10 years old.

She was additionally the most youthful to bring home a grown-up USGA title at 13 and the most youthful to take care of business at a LPGA major in the 2003 Kraft Nabisco, matured 14.

The next year Wie West was given a support’s solicitation to the Sony Open in her home province of Hawaii and missed the cut by a solitary gave following a second round of 68, the least round ever by a lady in a PGA Tour occasion.

She says she is most pleased with procuring her certification from Stanford while contending on the LPGA Tour – she came out on top for two of her five championships while considering – and it Women’s Open to win the US.

Wie West added: “In light of the fact that I achieved both of those, I assume I feel extremely cheerful in my choice at this point.

“I suppose in the event that I hadn’t won the US Open, I’d in any case be out there contending week to week attempting to get that US Open win.”

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