Physical therapist Leanne Quinn examined Michelle Wie's wrist yesterday.
Wie withdraws again
SOUTHERN PINES, N.C. » Once considered the future of women's golf, Michelle Wie's future has never looked more uncertain.
Michelle Wie's tournaments this year
|U.S. Women's Open
Rubbing an injured wrist and teary eyes, Wie withdrew from the U.S. Women's Open halfway through her second round yesterday on her way to another score in the 80s. She was 6 over through nine holes when she quit after hitting her second shot on the par-5 first hole, telling her playing partners, "I'm done."
The 17-year-old from Hawaii was 17 over for the tournament when she walked away, the second time in three tournaments she has withdrawn. For the year, she has completed seven rounds with an average score of just under 78.
Wie's next tournament is supposed to be the Evian Masters in France that starts July 25, but even that was up in the air.
"I definitely have to re-evaluate because I obviously don't want this to happen again," Wie said.