by Melissa Isaacson: espnW.com
OK, now this could be fun. And when was the last time anyone said that about the LPGA Tour and really meant it?
Surely you could not have watched Michelle Wie's unabashed joy after coming from four strokes back in the final round Saturday to win the LPGA Lotte Championship and not feel the surge of energy currently coursing through women's golf.
If 19-year-old Lexi Thompson's first major championship two weeks ago at the Kraft Nabisco gave the tour, presently chock full of prodigies, a real reason to be optimistic about the future, then Wie's victory gave it a jolt from the past.
Michelle Wie's first victory on U.S. soil was worthy of a champagne celebration.
Playing in her native Hawaii, the 24-year-old earned her third career tour victory and first on U.S. soil, almost shocking for those of us who remember well when Wie played in the final group of the Kraft Nabisco at age 13 and soon after became golf's "It Girl." Read More>>