So says Golf.com who has annointed her as 2018's most stylish female golfer.
Wie burst onto the scene some thirteen years ago as a lanky (six feet tall) 16 year old who could drive the ball like a man. She had done some good things in the youth leagues and because of her innate charisma and freakish ball striking, she got an exemption to play in the men's Sony PGA event. She missed the cut by one stroke and folks thought she was going to do for women's golf what Tiger did for men's.
Never happened. Beset by a never ending string of injuries, to date, Wie has only four victories (though one is a major -- the 2014 Women's Open) a Rolex ranking of 29 and a CME ranking of 15. Not the lights out career most expected of her. Still, she's young and may yet evolve into something resembling the player many imagined all those years ago. She's made $6M for her 9 years on the tour, so I'm not crying crocodile tears for her. But I think the women's tour would be a lot more exciting if Michelle could get some more wins and shake up the standings a bit.
Nice photoshoot for Golf.com here, she looks elegant in these pics. I like.