Michelle Wie - Professional Record and Earnings Outside of LPGA Membership

Professional Record and Earnings Outside of LPGA Membership

This table shows Wie's earnings as a professional, excluding official LPGA Tour earnings.

Year Dates Tournament Tour Finish Margin Earnings ($)
2005 Oct 13-16 Samsung World Championship* LPGA DQ n/a 0
2005 Nov 24-27 Casio World Open Japan Golf Tour MC 1 from cutline 0
2006 Jan 12-15 Sony Open in Hawaii PGA MC 4 from cutline 0
2006 Feb 23-25 Fields Open in Hawaii LPGA 3 1 behind playoff 73,227
2006 Mar 30 – Apr 2 Kraft Nabisco Championship LPGA T3 1 behind playoff 108,222
2006 May 4–7 SK Telecom Open** Asian Tour T35 12 behind winner 4,303
2006 Jun 8-11 LPGA Championship LPGA T5 2 behind winner 57,464
2006 Jun 29 – Jul 2 U.S. Women's Open LPGA T3 2 behind playoff 156,038
2006 Jul 6-9 HSBC Women's World Match Play Championship* LPGA T5 n/a 50,000
2006 Jul 13-16 John Deere Classic PGA WD n/a 0
2006 Jul 26-29 Evian Masters* LPGA T2 1 behind winner 255,333
2006 Aug 3-6 Women's British Open LPGA T26 13 behind winner 18,059
2006 Sep 7-10 Omega European Masters European Tour MC 14 from cutline 0
2006 Sep 14-17 84 Lumber Classic PGA MC 13 from cutline 0
2006 Oct 12-15 Samsung World Championship* LPGA 17 21 behind winner 12,578
2006 Nov 23-26 Casio World Open Japan Golf Tour MC 17 from cutline 0
2007 Jan 11-14 Sony Open in Hawaii PGA MC 14 from cutline 0
2007 May 31 – Jun 3 Ginn Tribute Hosted by Annika LPGA WD n/a 0
2007 Jun 7-10 LPGA Championship LPGA 84 35 behind winner 3,273
2007 Jun 28 – Jul 1 U.S. Women's Open LPGA WD n/a 0
2007 Jul 26-29 Evian Masters LPGA T69 20 behind winner 6,626
2007 Aug 2-5 Women's British Open LPGA MC 2 from cutline 0
2007 Aug 16-19 Canadian Women's Open LPGA MC 4 from cutline 0
2007 Aug 24-26 Safeway Classic LPGA MC 6 from cutline 0
2007 Oct 11-14 Samsung World Championship* LPGA 19 36 behind winner 13,125
2008 Feb 21-23 Fields Open in Hawaii LPGA T72 20 behind winner 2,570
2008 May 8–11 Michelob ULTRA Open at Kingsmill LPGA MC 4 from cutline 0
2008 May 29 – Jun 1 Ladies German Open LET 6 7 behind winner 13,563
2008 Jun 19-22 Wegmans LPGA LPGA T24 12 behind winner 18,887
2008 Jun 26-29 U.S. Women's Open LPGA MC 6 from cutline 0
2008 Jul 10-13 Jamie Farr Owens Corning Classic LPGA T46 15 behind winner 4,831
2008 Jul 17-20 State Farm Classic LPGA DQ n/a 0
2008 Jul 31 – Aug 3 Reno-Tahoe Open PGA MC 9 from cutline 0
2008 Aug 14-17 Canadian Women's Open LPGA T12 8 behind winner 36,475
2009 Apr 15-17 Lotte Mart Open KLPGA T36 13 behind winner 1,534
2009 Dec 9-12 Dubai Ladies Masters LET 2 3 behind winner 72,990
2010 Dec 8-1 Dubai Ladies Masters LET T6 6 behind winner 16,250
2011 Dec 14-17 Dubai Ladies Masters LET T12 10 behind winner €7,800
2012 May 4–6 World Ladies Championship Salonpas Cup** JLPGA MC 1 from cutline 0

Dates are span of competitive rounds, regardless of whether Wie participated in all rounds.

DQ = disqualified
MC = missed halfway cut
WD = withdrew
Margin = strokes behind winner or cutline, not applicable in cases of withdrawal, disqualification or matchplay format.
* = limited field, no-cut event
** = tournament shortened to 54 holes because of rain.

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