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American professional golfer

Born: October 11, 1989 (age 31 years), Honolulu, Hawaii, United States

Height: 1.85 m

Spouse: Jonnie West (m. 2019)

Women’s PGA C’ship: 2nd: 2005

Women’s British Open: T3: 2005, 2017

U.S. Women’s Open: Won: 2014

Celebrated Name Michelle Wie

Age 31 Years

Nick Name Big Wiesy

Birth Name Sung-Mi Wie

Birth Date 1989-10-11

Gender Female

Profession Golfer

Place Of Birth Honolulu, Hawaii

Birth Nation United States of America

Nationality American-Korean

Ethnicity Korean

School Punahou School

Waist Size Stanford University

Educational Qualification Degree in Communication

Horoscope Libra

Marital Status Engaged

Partner Jonnie West

Children N/A

Father Byung Wook-Wei

Mother Boo Wei

Body Type Athletic

Height 6 feet

Weight 68 kg

Body Measurement 35-24-35 inches

Shoe Size 11 (US)

Dress Size 4 (US)

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Michelle Wie 10 Fast Facts, Biography, Wiki

Is of Korean descent.

In 2007, Forbes Magazine estimated her earnings for the year at $19 million.

Michelle Wie won the Women’s Amateur Public Links Championship at age 13, making her the youngest person, male or female, to win an adult USGA championship.

The player with dual citizenship of Korea and the U.S.

Holds record as youngest player to make the cut in an LPGA event (13 years, 5 months, 17 days at 2003 Kraft Nabisco Championship).

Her grandfather, Dr. Sang-Kyu Wie, was an emeritus professor at Seoul National University.

When Michelle was born, she holds a dual citizen of South Korea and the United States.

Later, she renounced South Korean citizenship in February 2013.

The 29-year-old player signed sponsorship contracts with brands like Nike and Sony which was worth more than $10 million USD per year.

Wie also ranked at no. 4th position in the 2007 Forbes Top 20 Earners Under 25 with annual incomes of $19 million USD.

Furthermore, she worked with companies like William Morris Agency and sports agency IMG.

Her Korean name is Wie Sung-Mi.

Figure Details: Michelle Wie height stands at 6 Feet 0 Inch (183 centimeters tall).

Wie is also popularly known by her nickname of Big Wiesy.

In March 2019, Wie announced that she was engaged to be married to Jonnie West, who is Director of Basketball Operations for the Golden State Warriors and is the son of NBA legend Jerry West.

They married on August 10, 2019, at a private home in Beverly Hills, California.

In January 2020, Wie announced she was pregnant with a daughter, and has expressed interest in eventually returning to competitive golf.

On June 19, 2020, Wie gave birth to her daughter, Makenna Kamalei Yoona West.

Wie was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, the only child of immigrant parents from South Korea who came to the United States in the 1980s.

Her father, Byung-wook Wie, is a former professor of travel industry management at the University of Hawaii.

Her mother, Bo, was South Korea’s women’s amateur golf champion in 1985, and competed in a Miss Korea beauty pageant.

Her paternal grandfather, Dr. Sang-Kyu Wie, a resident of Jangheung, Jeollanam-do, was an emeritus professor at Seoul National University.

When she was born, Wie was a dual citizen of South Korea (by jus sanguinis) and the United States (by jus soli).

She renounced her South Korean citizenship in February 2013.

Wie graduated from Punahou School in Honolulu in June 2007.

On December 19, 2006, she announced that she would be attending Stanford University, where there are family ties.

Her paternal grandfather was a visiting professor, and an aunt and uncle are both graduates.

She enrolled in September 2007 as a freshman, but as a professional golfer, Wie was not eligible under NCAA rules to play for Stanford’s golf team.

During her first three years at Stanford, she attended only during the fall and winter quarters, running from late September through mid-March each year.

She took leaves of absence during the rest of the year to play professional golf.

Wie completed her studies at Stanford in March 2012 with a major in communications.

She participated in the university’s graduation ceremony in June 2012.