How Michelle Wie Fared In PGA Tour Events and Other Men's Tourneys

Michelle Wie, golfer
Michelle Wie was 14 years old when she nearly made the cut in the 2004 Sony Open. (Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images)

Michelle Wie played 13 times in golf tournaments on traditionally men's tours, first in 2003 at the age of 13 and most recently in 2008 at the age of 18. Here we'll take a look at her results in every one of those tournaments.

Making the Cut In Any Men's Tournaments

Wie did make one cut playing on traditionally men's tours. In 2006, at age 16, Wie played the SK Telecom Open on the Asian Tour and made the cut (specifics below).

Wie's Other Best Finishes on Men's Tours

Once Wie came within one stroke of making the cut in a PGA Tour tournament, and another time she missed by two strokes in a PGA Tour event. And that, to us, is more impressive than actually making the cut on the Asian Tour.

In 2004, at age 14, in her first appearance in a PGA Tour event, Wie missed the cut by one at the Sony Open in her native Hawaii. And in 2005, at age 15, Wie missed the cut by two at the John Deere Classic. (She also missed the cut by one shot on the Japan Tour in 2005.)

2003 (13 years old)

  • Canadian Tour: Bay Mills Open Players Championship, 74-79--153
  • Nationwide Tour: Albertsons Boise Open, 78-76--154

2004 (14 years old)

  • PGA Tour: Sony Open, 72-68--140

2005 (15 years old)

  • PGA Tour: Sony Open, 75-74--149
  • PGA Tour: John Deere Classic, 70-71--141
  • Japan Tour: Casio World Open, 73-75--148

2006 (16 years old)

  • PGA Tour: Sony Open, 79-68--147
  • Asian Tour: SK Telecom Open, 70-69-74--213, made the cut and tied for 35th
  • PGA Tour: John Deere Classic, 77-WD
  • European Tour: Omega European Masters, 78-79--157
  • PGA Tour: 84 Lumber Classic, 77-81--158

2007 (17 years old)

  • PGA Tour: Sony Open, 78-76--154

2008 (18 years old)

  • PGA Tour: Reno-Tahoe Open, 73-80--153​