Michelle Wie Sets Course Record To Lead British Open

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Few who witnessed Michelle Wie’s dismal slide down the world rankings in 2016 could have predicted the scene today, as the American strolled the fairways with a beaming smile on her face, casually carding birdie after birdie, seemingly without a care in the world.
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