Final Day of LPGA Qualifying School
Michelle Wie closed the tournament with a 74 on Sunday to easily finish in the top 20.
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"I really earned it," Wie said. "I legitimately went through Q-school. I took my medicine. And I got it. It feels good. It's like high school graduation."
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Stacy Lewis earned her card and finished in first place at 18 under par.
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Lewis birdied her last two holes.
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Anna Rawson finished at eight under par to earn her LPGA tour card.
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Fourth Day at LPGA Q-School
Michelle Wie shot a four-under 68 on Saturday.
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Wie saved par on three of her last four holes.
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Wie is one shot behind the leader.
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Stacy Lewis leads after a five-under 67.
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Anna Rawson, who is a model when she's not on the course, is in position to get her card.• More photos of Anna Rawson
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Third Day at LPGA Q-School
Michelle Wie was even par in her round on Friday.
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The 19-year-old made her first big mistake on the par-5 second hole, driving into a hazard and three-putting for a double bogey.
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Wie has declined to give any interviews after rounds, but stops to sign autographs for fans.
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Australia's Anna Rawson is in the running for a tour card at six under par.
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Japan's Shiho Oyama shot 71 to move one stroke ahead of Wie at 11 under par.
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Stacy Lewis is tied with Wie at 10 under par.
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Second Round at LPGA Qualifying School
Michelle Wie shot a 7-under 65 on the second day.
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Wie is tied with Shiho Oyama at 10 under par for the tournament.
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This is the first time Wie has held a share of the lead since 2006.
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Wie hit driver much more, on all but two holes, on the second day, when she played the Champions course.
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First Round of LPGA Qualifying School
Michelle Wie opened the first round at the final stage of Q-school with a 69.
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"She looked very comfortable, very composed. She hasn't played a tournament in a while, so that's a good sign," said her coach David Leadbetter (center). "If she plays anywhere near her potential, this shouldn't be a problem."
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Wie's only bogey came after a three-putt on the par-5 14th hole.
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Wie's parents were on hand to watch her first round.
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Wie played on the tougher Legends course at LPGA International.
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Wie had 26 putts and missed four birdie opportunities inside 12 feet.
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Wie only hit driver on four holes.
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