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Stacy Lewis Is On Her Way To Becoming The New Face Of The LPGA
Published March 15, 2013
BROADENING HER HORIZONS: In Phoenix, Scott Bordow wrote Michelle Wie has won two LPGA titles, but she "didn't dominate the LPGA Tour and become the crossover superstar that could boost the popularity of women's golf." As a result, Wie's career has been "labeled everything from a disappointment to an abject failure." However, her critics "have it all wrong." Wie "didn't become an inferior golfer," she instead became "a better person" and enrolled at Stanford. Given how many pro athletes "rarely escape the boundaries of their sport, Wie's choices should be applauded, not jeered" (ARIZONA REPUBLIC, 3/14).