The analysis on Michelle Wie's WD is trickling in and it's not pretty. Tod Leonard in the San Diego Union Tribune is tough, Bob Harig has many of the same questions we have here, and Steve Elling contrasts the plights of Wie and MacKinzie Kline and provides this classic imagery.
She hadn't complained about the injury all day, her playing partners reported, and witnesses said she never flexed the wrist or seemed in any discomfort. Thus, it looks like the most laughable golfing canard since a hapless Rodney Dangerfield ricocheted a shot off a ballwasher in Caddyshack and it clipped his own wing.
"Oh, my arm, I think it's broken. I can't play.”
Elling also attempted to follow up with the LPGA's Chris Higgs about his "no particular reason" comment.
Higgs, the LPGA's chief operations officer, told ESPN that he left the clubhouse to speak with the Wies "for no particular reason.” A tour spokesperson said Higgs was not available for comment this week and Higgs did not respond to a SportsLine email.