Michelle Wie shot an 11-over 83 in yesterday's third round and is still complaining of pain in her left wrist.
Wie’s troubles continue
HAVRE DE GRACE, Md. » Even against the men, Michelle Wie hasn't shot this big a number since she was in the ninth grade.
Wie's woes continued yesterday at the LPGA Championship when she shot an 11-over 83 at Bulle Rock, leaving her in last place by five shots among the 84 players who made the cut and uncertain if she would show up for the final round.
Her left wrist was clearly bothering her, and Wie had it wrapped in ice immediately after signing her scorecard. Asked if she would return today, the 17-year-old said she wasn't sure.
"I really want to play," she said. "I think it would be awesome to get another round under my belt. I just have to see how it goes tonight. If you don't see me on the first tee tomorrow morning, you'll know."
It was Wie's highest round since an 85 in the opening round of the CJ Nine Bridges Classic in South Korea in 2003, when Wie was 14 and a freshman in high school.
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