Winning means everything. Michelle Wie wins the 2018 HSBC women’s world championships.

HSBC Women’s World Championship
Sentosa Golf Club (Tanjong Course), Singapore
March 4, 2018
Hometown/Resides: Honolulu, Hawaii/Jupiter, Fla.
Birthdate: Oct. 11, 1989; currently 28 years, 4 months, 21 days
Qualified for LPGA Tour: Finished tied for seventh at the 2008 LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament
Turned Professional/Rookie Year: 2005/2009
VICTORIES
LPGA: Fifth career victory
PREVIOUS LPGA VICTORIES: 2014 U.S. Women’s Open Championship, 2014 LOTTE Championship, 2010 CN Canadian Women’s Open, 2009 Lorena Ochoa Invitational presented by Banamex and Corona Light
MONEY
With her win, Wie earns $225,000; she has earned $227,480 this season and $6,506,889 in her career
RACE TO THE CME GLOBE STANDINGS
With her win, Wie earns 500 points in the Race to the CME Globe and moves to second in the Race standings
ROLEX PLAYER OF THE YEAR STANDINGS
With her win, Wie earns 30 points in the Rolex Player of the Year standings
PREVIOUS HSBC WOMEN’S WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS
2017 – T4; 2016 – T57; 2015 – T51; 2014 – T9; 2013 – T45; 2012 – 59; 2011 – T40; 2010 – T15
2018 IN A NUTSHELL
3 events played, 3 cuts made, one victory, two additional top 11s, $227,480
OF NOTE
Wie is the third player from the United States of America to win in 2017, joining Brittany Lincicome (Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic) and Jessica Korda (Honda LPGA Thailand)
This marks the first time since 2007 that American players have won three of the season’s first four events; in 2007, Paula Creamer, Stacy Prammanasudh and Meaghan Francella won the first three events.

*All Information Credit to www.lpga.com

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