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… and the fact that she was 14, 15, 16…

Exactly.  

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Wie on the post-win media circuit.

 

Tabletop posture in high heels. Not gonna work. Works in other ways...

 

 

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Wie on the post-win media circuit.

 

Tabletop posture in high heels. Not gonna work. Works in other ways...

 

Well I see one problem...3 are holding wedges. Pretty sure Wie doesn't tabletop chip shots. 

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Would, would, would, would....

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Would, would, would, would....

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Even without heels Michelle makes Matt Lauer look like the Mayor of Munkin City.  I'd bet money that if Bob Costas ever interviews her, they both will be sitting down.

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Nice

 

http://www.geoffshackelford.com/homepage/2014/6/23/ratings-us-womens-open-up-92.html

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Ratings: U.S. Women's Open Up 92%!

With the dynamic Michelle Wie leading and so many great possibilities Sunday at the 2014U.S. Women's Open, NBC scored a nice final round rating even with so many other viewing options and a record viewing audience preparing for the U.S-Portugal game.

From NBC/Golf Channel:

- NBC's coverage of the final round of the U.S. Women's Open drew a 1.67 overnight rating in metered markets, up 92% from a year ago (3-6P; 0.87). This was the highest final round overnight at this event since 2007 (3-6:15P; 1.9).

As Karen Crouse notes in the New York Times, the Wie win is the culmination of an unusual year in which the LPGA's stars have risen to the occasion as the PGA Tour'sbrightest seem to be struggling in the limelight.

The PGA Tour has been stuck in a rut this year, its tournament results a few bright lights shy of a marquee. Phil Mickelson has failed to record a top-10 finish, Rory McIlroy has not posted a victory (though he did win the European Tour’s flagship event last month) and Tiger Woods has missed the first two majors after back surgery.

But the women have staged stirring duels, with Lexi Thompson holding off Wie in the first major and Wie holding off Lewis in the second. Karrie Webb, a Hall of Famer, has won twice, and the 17-year-old phenom Lydia Ko has won once. Inbee Park, the reigning player of the year, and Lewis have taken turns at No. 1.

 

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