My usual defense of Michelle Wie when she misses a cut in a men’s tournament is that she at least finished ahead of several other players. If her score makes her unworthy, then what does that say about the guys who finished behind her?
Not this time. Wie missed the cut in dead last at the Omega European Masters, shooting a score that probably could have been beaten by the average club pro. Now the winless wonder wings off to the 84 Lumber Classic where she will continue her quixotic quest.
I wonder when her handlers are going to wake up. I’ve siad it before: if she can’t play a full schedule on the LPGA, then she should be traveling around the world entering the various national women’s championships—the British Women’s the Canadian Women’s, the Nigerian Open, etc.
My initial thought is that doing so would teach her to win. But now I’m thinking adding a few international victories would keep her from becoming the laughingstock of golf.