Found December 13, 2011 on Boston Herald Sports:
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DUBAI, United Arab Emirates - Michelle Wie is looking for a strong finish to a season she calls "a work in progress"...
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Hindered by injuries and tinkering with her swing, Michelle Wie is looking to turn her season around by ending on a high in Dubai. The 22-year-old American has fallen to 17th in the rankings with only two second-place finishes, calling this year ''a work in progress.'' But heading into the Dubai Ladies Masters, which starts Wednesday, Wie says she is feeling better...

Wie looking to end the season on a high in Dubai

Hindered by injuries and tinkering with her swing, Michelle Wie is looking to turn her season around by ending on a high in Dubai. The 22-year-old American has fallen to 17th in the rankings after spending much of 2010 in the top 10. And with only two second-place finishes this season, she called this year ''a work in progress.'' ''I had a couple of good...

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Wie back in mix at Dubai event

Michelle Wie climbed back into contention at the Dubai Ladies Masters on Thursday, shooting a 5-under 67 to move within two shots of leader Sophie Gustafson with about half the field still on the course. The 22-year-old American, looking for her first win of the year, bounced back from an opening 73 in which shaky putting led to three bogeys. On Thursday, Wie had a bogey-free round...

Wie looking to end the season with win in Dubai

Michelle Wie is looking for a strong finish to a season she calls "a work in progress" after being hindered by injuries and tinkering with her swing.

Wie looking to end the season with win in Dubai

Michelle Wie is looking for a strong finish to a season she calls 'a work in progress' after being hindered by injuries and tinkering with her swing.

Wie looking to end the season on a high in Dubai

Hindered by injuries and tinkering with her swing, Michelle Wie is looking to turn her season around by ending on a high in Dubai.

Michelle Wie back in mix at Dubai Ladies Masters

Michelle Wie climbed back into contention at the Dubai Ladies Masters on Thursday, shooting a 5-under 67 to move within two shots of leader Sophie Gustafson with about half the field still on the course.

Gustafson leads, Wie moves back into contention at Dubai Ladies Masters

Michelle Wie climbed back into contention at the Dubai Ladies Masters, shooting a 5-under 67 on Thursday to move within two shots of clubhouse leader Sophie Gustafson.
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