Wie graduated from Stanford in 2012 with a major in communications.
Wie poses with the championship cup after winning the USGA Women's Amateur Public Links Championship. At 13, Wie is the youngest person in USGA history to win an adult championship.
In a bold move Wie competes at the PGA's Sony Open. Here she urges a birdie chip home on the 17th hole and shoots a 68, missing the cut by one stroke. Her second-round 68 was, and still is, the lowest score by a woman in a PGA Tour event.
2005 Women's British Open
As the winner of the low amateur trophy finishing third overall, Wie posed with the winner Jeong Jang at the Royal Birkdale Golf Club.
2006 Women's U.S. Open
Wie misses her birdie putt attempt on no. 13 in the final round and goes on to finish T-3.
2005 LPGA Championship
Runner-up Wie waves to the crowd on the 15th hole after making a birdie during the final round.
2006 Kraft-Nabisco Championship
Wie on her way to a T-3 finish.
2010 Canadian Women's Open
Christina Kim douses Wie with champagne as she wins the title.
Michelle always travels with her parents. She relies upon them for their expertise and their personal support. Here she works on her putting with her father B.J.
2009 Lorena Ochoa Invitational
Wie celebrates her first win on the LPGA Tour.
Wie posted this pic to her Instagram account while enjoying the LPGA's off-season.
Wie poses for a "My Shot" feature in the January issue of *Golf Digest
A girl and her dog: Wie poses with her beloved Lola.
2011 Solheim Cup
Wie arrives at the gala dinner prior to the 2011 Solheim Cup with the look and poise of a runway model.
Wie shoots a final-round 67 to come from four shots behind to win the LOTTE Championship in Hawaii, her first LPGA title in nearly four years.
Wie shoots a final-round 70 at Pinehurst No. 2 to win the U.S. Women's Open, the first major title of her career.