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The withdrawal was controversial owing to the LPGA Rule of 88, which states that a non-LPGA member shooting a score of 88 or more is forced to withdraw and banned from LPGA co-sponsored events for the rest of the year.
While Wie claimed that the injury and not the rule of 88 was the cause of the withdrawal, her playing partner, Alena Sharp, questioned this claim.
Wie played her first professional event in the 2005 LPGA Samsung World Championship, where she was disqualified from a fourth-place finish for signing an incorrect scorecard.
A journalist (Michael Bamberger) reported she had illegally dropped the ball closer to the hole than its original lie the day after she completed her third round.
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.
She again played in the LPGA Kraft Nabisco Championship, finishing fourth. Wie started her 2005 season by accepting another sponsor's invitation to play on the PGA Tour at the Sony Open in Hawaii, where she again missed the cut. Wie made the top 64 in the stroke play rounds to qualify for match play.
Her mother, Bo, was South Korea's women's amateur golf champion in 1985, Wie graduated from Punahou School in Honolulu in June 2007.
However, Wie finished the season with several disappointing performances in both male and female tournaments, including the Omega European Masters, PGA 84 Lumber Classic, LPGA Tour Samsung World Championship and the Casio World Open.
At this point, Wie had played 14 consecutive rounds of tournament golf without breaking par and had missed the cut in 11 out of 12 tries against men and remained winless against the women.
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.
She also advanced into match play at the Women's U. She also became the youngest player to qualify for an LPGA event, the Takefuji Classic held in Wie's home state of Hawaii.
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Wie also played on both the European and Asian tours.