Michelle Wie Apology

April 5, 2013 by  

Michelle Wie Apology, Michelle Wie has accepted Annika Sorenstam’s apology for the critical comments she made about the 23-year-old golfer in an interview with Golf Magazine, AP reports.

“She actually reached out to me last night, said a couple of things got misquoted,” Wie told the news outlet.

The article was in a question-and-answer format where golf legend Sorenstam commented about Wie’s career struggles. Since turning pro in 2005, Wie has won two tournaments, most recently the Canadian Women’s Open, in 2010.

“What I see now is that the talent that we all thought would be there is not there,” the article quoted Sorenstam as saying.

When asked if Wie has the potential to be the best player in the world, Sorenstam answered, “She has a long way to go, let’s put it that way.” She added, “There was a time when the LPGA really needed her. I thought she had a lot to bring to the table. Now she’s one out of many.”

American professional golfer Paul Azinger made similar comments about Wie’s substandard performance, pointing to how top amateurs waste their potential as professionals — especially when they become successful financially.

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