Michelle Wie goes wire to wire at the Canadian Open and wins her second event on the LPGA tour while outplaying some of the best in the world.
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Michelle Wie, although losing her 3 stroke lead, stays on top of the Canadian Open, neck and neck with Jiyai Shin going into the final round.
Michelle Wie is continuing to play some great golf and heads into the 3rd round of the Canadian Open remaining in the lead, 3 strokes up.
Michelle Wie is finally playing well being ranked 12th in the world and winning over $300k this year and missing one cut on the LPGA.
Tadd Fujikawa, the young golfer from Hawaii who made a splash at the Sony Open in 2007 is leading the way at the eGolf Tour’s flagship tournament.
Local Production company begins production on Da Game, a Maui Community golf show has hopes to bring a new buzz to island golf.
Head out to the Big Island to support our youth with a golf outing, great food and silent auction as part of the Hamakua Youth Organization.
The Sony Open 2010 finished up the weekend with excitment that came down to the last hole and the last pairing of the day.
Tadd Fujikawa and others struggled in day 2 while Zach Johnson Steve Stricker and more continued their stance at the top of the leaderboard.
Tadd Fujikawa is set to tee for the second round of the Sony Open and needs to have a better round than yesterday to make it to the weekend.