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Michelle Wie Biography

Dibya Raj Adhikari Mon Jan, 2016
Michelle Wie

Facts of Michelle Wie

Date of Birth: 1989 , October-11
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 6 Feet 1 Inch
Name Liz Cho
Birth Name Marcellus Vernon Wiley Sr.
Nick Name Tutta
Father Dr. Sang I. Cho
Mother Donna Cho,
Nationality Ameriacn
Birth Place/City Concord, Massachusetts
Ethnicity White
Profession News anchor
Net Worth $1 Million
Eye Color Brown-Dark
Hair Color Brown-Dark
Body Measurements 36-27-34 (Bust-Waist-Hip)
Breast Size 36
Waist size 27 in
Hip Size 34 in
Shoe Size 10
Weight in KG 57 KG
Famous for World News Today
Married Yes
Married to Evan Gottlieb (m. 2008)
Children Louisa Simone Gottlieb
Divorce Evan Gottlieb (m. 2012)
Working For Movies and TV shows
Face Color Black
Education Boston University
Online Presence Facebook,Twitter,Wiki
TV Show The Oprah Winfrey Show
Siblings Stefan and Gunerius
Salary $350 thousand
Awards TV personality of the year 2009
Religion Muslim
Boyfriend Erik Stevens
Neck Size 8.9
Movies Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!

Quick Timeline of Michelle Wie

1989 Born in Honolulu, Hawaii
2000 Began playing golf
2001 Won Hawaii State Women's Stroke Play Championship
2003 Won Women's Amateur Public Links tournament
2005 Turned professional
2007 Graduated from Punahou School
2008 Passed the LPGA Qualifying School
2014 Won US Women's Open

Detail Timeline of Michelle Wie

October 11 , 1989

Born in Honolulu, Hawaii

Tall and cute, Michelle was born as Michelle Sung Wie in Honolulu, Hawaii, United States of America to Bo Wie and Byung-wook Wie. Her mother Bo Wie is a beauty queen and was the women's amateur golf champion of 1985. Michelle is an American and is of South Korean descent.

2000

Began playing golf

As her mother was also the women's amateur golf champion, she became interested in golf at a young age. Michelle has been playing in golf championship since she was ten. In 2000, she qualified for the U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links Championship.

2001

Won Hawaii State Women's Stroke Play Championship

She had a successful career as an amateur player. Within a year after she began playing in the championships, she became the champion of Hawaii State Women's Stroke Play Championship. She also won Jennie K. Wilson Women's Invitational in 2001.

2003

Won Women's Amateur Public Links tournament

2003 was a successful year for her as an amateur player. She won Women's Amateur Public Links tournament. She also made the record being the youngest person to claim USGA adult event. She also made an LPGA cut in 2003. 

2005

Turned professional

She turned professional in 2005 but was ineligible to play in the LPGA Tour because of the age limit. She could also apply for an exemption but rather she chooses to appear in limited LPGA Tour events. 

2007

Graduated from Punahou School

She received her formal education from Punahou School. She also completed her high school graduation from there and then she joined Stanford University. She joined them as their undergraduate student but was unable to play for Stanford's golf team.

2008

Passed the LPGA Qualifying School

At the end of 2008, she passed the LPGA Qualifying School and she played her first tour as a LPGA member at SBS Open at Turtle Bay. She expressed her desire to play against man in the golf events but she was not allowed to play for the first two years.

June 22 , 2014

Won US Women's Open

On 22nd of June 2014, she became the champion of U.S. Women's Open and that was her first major win. She has also won LPGA Tour for four times. She also won her fourth LPGA Tour event that day. In 2014, she was honored with Rolex Annika Major Award.

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In 2008 Michelle was rumored to be dating Robin Lopez. Robin Lopez is a professional basketball player from United States. Later she expressed her desire to date a tall guy but she dismissed this rumor as fake.

Michelle has been playing golf championship since she was ten. In 2000, she qualified for the U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links Championship. In 2001, she became the champion of Hawaii State Women's Stroke Play Championship. She completed her high school graduation from Punahou School and then she joined Stanford University. She joined them as their undergraduate student but was unable to play for Stanford's golf team. She turned professional in 2005 but was ineligible to play in the LPGA Tour because of the age limit. However, she appeared in limited LPGA Tour events. At the end of 2008, she passed the LPGA Qualifying School and she played her first tour as a LPGA member at SBS Open at Turtle Bay. Her net worth is said to be around $12 million.