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Wie has battled physical ailments over the course of several years which has limited the number of tournaments she could participate in, and in October 2018, Wie announced that she had been diagnosed with a “small Avulsion Fracture, bone spurring, and never entrapment” in her right hand that forced her to withdrawal from play for the rest of the year.“After 3 cortisone injections and some rest following the British Open, we were hoping it was going to be enough to grind through the rest of the season, but it wasn’t enough to get me through,” Wie explained.“So I made the decision after Hana Bank to withdraw from the rest of the season, come back to the states, and get surgery to fix these issues.It’s been disheartening dealing with pain in my hand all year but hopefully I am finally on the path to being and STAYING pain free!And even though I was having trouble playing, the crowds were cheering me on, applauding the good shots, and yelling phrases of encouragement when I was struggling. "Definitely my mom, the way she raised me & I hear all of her old dance stories & all that. As a Korean American female golfer, these comments that @Hank Haney made disappoint and anger me on so many different levels.
Her father was a book professor and her mother was an amateur golfer in South Korea.”withdraw mid-way into the first round of the 2019 HSBC Women’s World Championship due to more pain in the hand." data-reactid="33"The golf star went on to share that the surgery was a success, however, Wie had to withdraw mid-way into the first round of the 2019 HSBC Women’s World Championship due to more pain in the hand." data-reactid="34"Though she was still recovering from an injury during the U. Women’s Open in May, Wie still made headlines when she responded to sexist and racist comments made by former golf instructor Hank Haney, according to “As a Korean American female golfer, these comments that @Hank Haney made disappoint and anger me on so many different levels,” Wie wrote on Twitter.“Racism and sexism are no laughing matter Hank….shame on you. I don’t ever do this, but this must be called out.”She added: “Too many of these girls, Korean or not, have worked countless hours and sacrificed so much to play in the US Open this week.