Career archive:
Wie through the years

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 • 2005
 • 2004
 • 2003
 • 2002
 • 2001

AGE 4:
Takes first swing in a park, ball goes 100 yards.

AGE 5:
Begins tagging along with her parents for twilight at Olomana.

AGE 7:
Shoots 14-over in first 18-hole round.

AGE 9:
Joins O'ahu Junior Golf Association, wins five of seven tournaments.

AGE 10:
Shoots 9-under-par 64 at Olomana from 5,400 yards.
At 10 years, 9 months, 24 days, is youngest to qualify for USGA amateur event (U.S. Women's Public Links), loses in first round.

AGE 11:
Becomes youngest to win Jennie K. Invitational (by nine shots) and Hawai'i State Women's Stroke Play (by two). Also becomes first woman to qualify for match play at the 93rd Manoa Cup, loses in first round.

AGE 12:
Shoots 83 with 10 penalty strokes — in rain and 30-plus mph winds — in Takefuji Classic at Waikoloa Beach to become youngest to Monday qualify for LPGA event. Misses cut.
Wins first-round Manoa Cup match, then loses to Del-Marc Fujita in second round on second extra hole.
At U.S. Women's Public Links, becomes youngest semifinalist in history of USGA-run amateur tournaments. Wins State Open Women's Division by 13 shots over LPGA pro Cindy Rarick.

AGE 13:
Shoots 1-over 73 to tie for 47th at Sony Open qualifying, beating 49 men.
Ties for ninth at Kraft Nabisco Championship, an LPGA major.
Youngest to make cut at LPGA event, the Kraft Nabisco Championship (third-round 66 equals low amateur score for LPGA major).
Youngest in 108-year history of U.S. Golf Association to win an adult USGA event, the 2003 Women's Amateur Public Links Championship.
Youngest to make cut at U.S. Women s Open (2003). " Youngest to win Hawai'i State Open Women's Division.

AGE 14:
Youngest to play in PGA Tour event, the 2004 Sony Open in Hawai'i.
First female to shoot in the 60s in a PGA Tour event (2-under-par 68 in 2004 Sony Open in Hawai'i).
Youngest U.S. Curtis Cup player (2004), wins both singles matches.
Youngest to win Laureus World Sports Academy Award (?Newcomer of the Year?).

AGE 15:
First amateur to compete in LPGA Championship (finishes second to Annika Sorenstam)
First female to qualify for adult male U.S. Golf Association championship, the U.S. Amateur Public Links (defeats three men and reaches quarterfinals).
Turns pro

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