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Wie has not had a three putt in 36 holes on the Donald Ross greens of Pinehurst.
Wie is five years older and has a three shot lead the largest at 36 holes in the Women's Open since 2003 going into the weekend. They most recently were linked together two months ago in the first LPGA Tour major, when they were tied going into the Nike Shorts Orange
But it works.
Michelle Wie and Lexi Thompson were the only players under par after two rounds at Pinehurst No.
"I think everybody's initial thought was that it's different," Thompson said. "But I tell you what, she's putting a lot better and she seems a lot more confident over her putts, so it's all about how you feel over a putt, what makes it comfortable. It doesn't matter how you look, it matters how you get it in the hole. So good for her."
THE PUTTER: Wie first came to prominence because of her power, though her putting always held her back. Now, the short stick might be her best asset no matter how strange it might look. She bends so far over the ball that her back is nearly parallel with the ground.
Too early to be thinking rematch at Pinehurst No. 2?
THE POWER: Maybe it's not a coincidence that the only players under par are two of the most powerful players in the game. Open.
Thompson played her first Women's Open at easier Nike White Sweater Pine Needles when she was 12 and shot 158 (76 82).
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shot lead into weekend at Pinehurst
Thompson was even more impressive. She lost track of how often she got into trouble off the tee, and managed to escape most times. On the eighth hole, she managed to advance it to the front of the green and took two putts for par. On the par 5 fifth hole, she ripped 5 iron from 195 yards out of the sandy lie to Nike Socks Mid Calf
I'll be all right."
"Definitely too early," Thompson said with a laugh. Women's Open."
Lewis, the No. 1 player in women's golf, still saw the big picture.
THE CHASERS: Stacy Lewis played bogey free in the first round and led with a 67. She made six bogeys, along with three birdies, in a round of 73 on Friday and was at even par 140, along with Amy Yang and 18 year old amateur Minjee Lee of Australia.
Both shot a 2 under 68 on Friday. Wie was at 4 under 136.
the edge of the green and took two putts from 60 feet for her third straight birdie. Open. He hit 7 iron from 202 yards to 5 feet for eagle, though the pin position was in the front.
Wie earned a spot in an LPGA Tour event in Hawaii when she was in the seventh grade. A year later, she played in the final group at a major, and she was a regular contender in the majors when she was 16. Women's Open when she was 12 and won her first LPGA Tour event when she was 16.
She took only 29 putts on Friday, including two big ones. She rolled in a 15 foot par putt on the second hole after going over the green, and then after she thought her putt on No. 6 might go over the back of the green, she made par from 25 feet.
"You're going to have a bad round on this golf course. It's just the way it is," she said. "If that's the worst I play this week, I think Nike Sweater Sportswear
Wie hit a gap wedge out of the scruff to set up birdie on the 18th.
THE KID: Lucy Li won't be around for the weekend. Women's Open history started with a double bogey for the second straight day, and wound up with another 78 to miss the cut by seven shots.
final round of the Kraft Nabisco Championship and Thompson won by three.
She still had a blast, and she has history on her side.
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