New Jersey – Michelle Wie said it was a “marvel” she had completed her opening round at the U.S. Ladies’ Open on Thursday, where she took the hitting what might as well be called a period out for treatment on an agonizing neck sprain.
Wie, who had her neck kneaded on course, thought up a temporary ice pack in the wake of angling out ice shapes from a tee-side cooler, and trailed her caddie keeping a hand on her golf sack for adjust at Trump National.
The 2014 champion, who at first hurt her neck at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship two weeks back, chuckled the snicker of a victor after her birdie putt dropped into the glass at the eighteenth for an upbeat consummation and a one-over-standard 73.
Wie at first hurt her neck at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship two weeks prior.
“I was so upbeat to have the capacity to tee it up today. I didn’t hit a solitary golf ball since KPMG. Didn’t hit a solitary shot on the green here,” Wie told correspondents in the wake of wrapping up a long electrical storm delay.
“I knew I required a minor act of God and I was energized, so jazzed playing today.”
Wie said she had felt okay until the point when returning after the 125-minute climate stoppage.
The 27-year-old from Hawaii brought a standards official over at the standard three fourteenth and was prepared to haul out, however physios arrived and, conceded 15 minutes for treatment, she could go ahead.
“I’m glad for myself and my caddie for keeping me in there,” said Wie subsequent to shooting even standard in the course of the last four gaps in the rain. “I situated myself OK. Three more days to go, so I’m amped up for that.”
Her great companion kindred American Danielle Kang, the latest significant victor in the wake of asserting the Women’s PGA Championship for her first LPGA Tour win, coordinated Wie with a 73 to stand seven behind clubhouse pioneer Shanshan Feng of China. (Revealing by Larry Fine; Editing by Andrew Both)