She also reveals her own feeling on playing with the PGA boys. Professional golfer Natalie Gulbis signs a photo and poses for a picture with a female fan at the grand opening of Golf Galaxy - a golf equipment store in Las Vegas.
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Wie was given a sponsor's exemption to the 2004 Sony Open in Hawaii, becoming the fourth, and youngest, female to play a PGA Tour event.
Her second round score of 68 was the lowest ever by a woman in a PGA Tour event, though she went on to miss the cut in the tournament. team, she became the youngest woman ever to play in the Curtis Cup tournament.
Earlier this month the always affable Shane Bacon, of Fan House Golf, caught up with Natalie Gulbis, and they chatted about all manner of things. Natalie talks about her awesome "Who's Behind Your Success" contest and the inspiring fan who won it. I've known Shane for a while now and he's always a pleasure to talk to, Ms. And both of them went to UA, so there's an affinity that results in a frank and entertaining interview.
She touches upon Annika's retirement and on the media obsession with Michelle Wie. You may wish to skip the boys-will-be-boys comment section however, or be prepared for some rather sophomoric meanderings.
Her paternal grandfather was a visiting professor, and an aunt and uncle are both graduates. In 2000, at the age of ten, she became the youngest player ever to qualify for the U. In 2001, at the age of 11, she won both the Hawaii State Women's Stroke Play Championship and the Jennie K.
Wilson Women's Invitational, the oldest and most prestigious women's amateur tournament in Hawaii. In 2002, she won the Hawaii State Open Women's Division by thirteen shots.
At the 2003 Kraft Nabisco Championship, Wie became the youngest player to make an LPGA cut.
She carded a 66 in the third round, tying the amateur record for a women's major championship and qualifying her to play in the final group of the championship.
She also became engaged to fellow sportsman Josh Rodarmel, a former Yale quarterback who now co-owns sports wristband company Power Balance.