Awards/Accomplishments/Other:

LPGA TOURNAMENTS

PROFESSIONAL MALE TOURNAMENTS

NATIONAL AMATEUR TOURNAMENTS

HAWAII STATE WOMEN’S/WOMEN’S DIVISION PROFESSIONAL & AMATEUR TOURNAMENTS

HAWAII STATE OPEN, PROFESSIONAL & AMATEUR MEN/MEN’S DIVISION TOURNAMENTS

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LPGA TOURNAMENTS (Majors Bold)

Samsung World Championship- Palm Desert, Calif., October 13-16 (LPGA Tour)- Disqualified

Weetabix Women’s British Open- Royal Birkdale, Birkdale, Southport, Merseyside, England, July 28-31 (LPGA Tour)- T3, 10-Under Par, 75-67-67-69–278

2005 Evian Masters, Evian Masters Golf Club, Evian-les-Bains, France, July 20-23 (LPGA Tour)- T2, 7-under par, 75-70-68-68–281

2005 US Women’s Open- Cherry Hills Village, CO, June 23-26 (LPGA Tour)- T23, 12-Over Par, 69-73-72-82–296

2005 LPGA Championship- Havre de Grace, Maryland, June 9-12 (LPGA Tour)- First amateur to compete in this major tournament. 2nd Place, 8-under par, 69-71-71-69–280

2005 Kraft Nabisco Championship- Rancho Mirage, CA, March 24-27 (LPGA Tour)- T14, Even-Par, 70-74-73-71–288

2005 Safeway International- Superstition Mountain, AZ, March 17-20 (LPGA Tour)- T12, 4-Under Par, 73-67-73-71–284

2005 SBS Open at Turtle Bay Resort- Turtle Bay Resort Golf Palmer Course, February 24-26 (LPGA Tour)- T2, 6-Under Par, 70-70-70–210

2004 Samsung World Championship, BIGHORN Golf Club (The Canyons Course), CA, October 14-17, (LPGA Tour)- T13, 283, 5-under par 74-72-67-70

2004 Wendy’s Championship for Children, OH, August 19-22 (LPGA Tour)- T6, 282, 6-under par 73-69-71-69

2004 Evian Masters, France, July 21-25 (LPGA Tour)- T33

2004 U.S. Women’s Open, Orchards Golf Club, South Hadley, MA, July 1-4 (LPGA Tour)- T13, 71-70-71-73–285, 1-over par. T1 for low amateur honors.

2004 Michelob Ultra Open at Kingsmill, VA, May 6-9 (LPGA Tour)- T12

2004 Kraft Nabisco Championship (LPGA Tour)- 4th, 69-72-69-71–281, 7-under par

2004 Safeway International, Arizona, March 18-21 (LPGA Tour)- T19

2003 Sports Today CJ Nine Bridges Classic, Oct 31- Nov 2 (LPGA Tour)- 69th

2003 Safeway Classic, September 26-28 (LPGA Tour)- T28

2003 Jamie Farr Kroger Classic, August 14-17 (LPGA Tour)- missed cut

2003 US Women’s Open, July 3-6 (LPGA Tour)- T39 and youngest player to make the cut at age 13

2003 ShopRite LPGA Classic, June 27-29 (LPGA Tour)- T52

Chick-fil-A Charity Championship hosted by Nancy Lopez, 2003 (LPGA Tour)- T33, 72-70-71–213, 3-under par, first amateur to make the cut.

2003 Kraft Nabisco Championship (LPGA Tour)- T9, 72-74-66-72–288, even-par. Tied LPGA Tour Major low amateur round with a 6-under par 66 in round three

2002 Wendy’s Championship for Children, (LPGA Tour)- Monday qualifying medalist

2002 Asahi Ryokuken International, Sponsor’s exemption, (LPGA Tour)

2002 Takefuji Classic, (LPGA Tour)- Youngest to Monday qualify at age 12

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PROFESSIONAL MALE TOURNAMENTS

2006 Sony Open in Hawaii, January 12-15 (PGA Tour), missed cut 79-68–147, 7-over par

2005 Casio World Open, Kochi Kuroshio Country Club, Kochi, Japan, November 24-27 (Japan Golf Tour)- missed cut 73-75–148, 4-over par

2005 John Deere Classic- TPC at Deere Run, Silvis, Ill., July 7-10 (PGA Tour)- missed cut 70-71–141, 1-under par

2005 US Open Local Qualifier- Turtle Bay Palmer Course, May 13 (USGA)- T6, 2nd Alternate

2005 Sony Open in Hawaii, Jan. 13-16 (PGA Tour)- missed cut 75-74–149, 9-over par

2004 Sony Open in Hawaii, Jan. 15-18 (PGA Tour)- missed cut 72-68–140, even-par, youngest at age 14 to participate in a PGA Tour event and first female to card a round in the sixties on the PGA Tour (2-under par 68 in round two)

2003 Albertson’s Boise Open, Sep. 18-21 (Nationwide Tour)- missed cut 78-76–154, 12-over par

2003 Bay Mills Open Players’ Championship, August 21-24 (Canadian Professional Golf Tour)- missed cut

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NATIONAL AMATEUR TOURNAMENTS

77th U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship- Shaker Run Golf Club Lebanon, Ohio, July 11-16, 2005 (USGA)- first & youngest female (age 15) to advanced to the quarterfinals

2005 US Amateur Public Links Sectional Qualifier- Cedarbrook Golf Course, Pittsburgh, PA, June 14 (USGA)- Qualified, T1, 71-74–145, 3-over par and became the first female player to qualify for an adult male U.S. Golf Association championship.

2004 US Women’s Amateur, PA, August 9-14 (USGA)- Advanced to the second round

2004 US Women’s Amateur Public Links Championship, VA, June 22 & 27 (USGA)- Runner Up

2004 US Amateur Public Links Sectional Qualifier, HERSHEY, PA, June 18- failed to qualify

2004 Curtis Cup, Formby Golf Club, England, June 12 & 13. 2-2 Record (the youngest USA Curtis Cup player ever age 14)

2003 U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship- Philadelphia Country Club, August 4-10, qualified for match-play

2003 U.S. Girls’ Junior Amateur Championship- Brooklawn Country Club, Fairfield, Conn., July 21-26, advanced to the third round of match-play

2003 USGA Women’s Amateur Public Links Championship, Champion, youngest to win at age 13, click here to see Michelle’s trophy on display at Ko Olina Golf Club.

2002 USGA Women’s Amateur Public Links Championship, Youngest to advance to semi-finals at age 12

2002 Trans National Women’s Amateur Championship, Youngest Junior Medalist

2002 Westfield Junior PGA Championship, T-7

2002 USGA Girls Junior Championship, Qualified to the match-play

2001 USGA Women’s Amateur Public Links Championship, advanced to the third round of match-play

2000 USGA Women’s Amateur Public Links Championship, Youngest to qualify in USGA amateur tournament at age 10

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HAWAII STATE WOMEN’S/WOMEN’S DIVISION PROFESSIONAL & AMATEUR TOURNAMENTS

2002 Hawaii State Open, Women’s Division Champion (won by 13 strokes with 8-under par)

2002 Hawaii State Junior Golf Association’s Tournament of Champions, Champion

2001 Hawaii State Open, Women’s Division 2nd Place

2001 Hawaii State Women’s Stroke Play Championship (one of three major tournaments in Hawaii), Youngest winner at age 11

2001 Jennie K. Wilson Invitational (the most prestigious women’s amateur tournament in Hawaii), Youngest winner at age 11

2001 Hawaii State Junior Golf Association’s Tournament of Champions, Champion

2000 Hawaii State Open, Women’s Division Low Amateur

2000 Honolulu Mayor’s Cup, Champion

2000 Hawaii State Women’s Stroke Play Championship, Third place

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HAWAII STATE OPEN, PROFESSIONAL & AMATEUR MEN/MEN’S DIVISION TOURNAMENTS

2004 Waikoloa Open, September 24-26, Amateur Division T2

2004 Hawaii Pearl Open, Feb 6-8 (click here to see daily scorecards & stats), T38 (low amateur runner up)

2003 Hawaii State Amateur Stroke-Play Championship, T4

2003 25th Anniversary Hawaii Pearl Open, first & youngest female to make the cut at age 13, T43 overall.

2002 Hickam Invitational Tournament, T5

2002 Barbers Point Invitational Tournament, T4

2002 94th Manoa Cup Hawaii State Amateur Match-Play Championship, first and youngest female (age 12) to advance to the second-round of match play

2002 Hawaii State Amateur Stroke-Play Championship, T17, First female and youngest to make the cut

2002 Hawaii Pearl Open, First female participant

2001 93rd Manoa Cup Hawaii State Amateur Match-Play Championship, first and youngest female (age 11) to qualify for match-play dating back to 1907

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OTHER

August 9, 2005, Guest on the Good Morning America TV Show

August 8, 2005, Guest on the David Letterman TV Show

2004 ESPY Awards, Nominee “Best breakthrough” & “Best Female Golfer”

Laureus World Sports Academy “Newcomer of the Year”, youngest to win one of the Academy’s awards at age14.

Sports Illustrated May 3, 2004 Issue- 10 page profile

60 Minutes (National TV Show)- April 11, 2004, featured story.

2003 Kraft-Nabisco Shootout- Hillcrest Country Club in Boise, Idaho, September 15. Michelle & John Daly -vs Nancy Lopez and Hank Kuehne aired live on The Golf Channel in a skins-style nine-hole, better-ball format.

People Magazine- June 30, 2003 issue, full page article.

Golf Digest Magazine- June, 2003 issue, click here.

Business Week Magazine- May 5th, 2003 issue click here.

Golfweek Magazine- April 5th, 2003 issue, full cover.

ESPN 5th Anniversary Magazine- March 31, 2003 issue, on the cover.

Golf World Magazine- January 24, 2003 issue. On the cover and a featured story.

’02, ’03, ’04, ’05 First Hawaiian Bank PRO-Junior Golf Challenge- Participant

“Michelle Wie, Day” May 23, 2001 Michelle received a signed proclamation from Hawaii Governor Ben Cayetano for becoming the youngest player ever to win the Jennie K Wilson.

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