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With a two-putt par on the 72nd hole, Michelle Wie was finally able to exhale and enjoy the moment as an enthusiastic gallery cheered her on. (USGA/John Mummert)
A final-round 70 sealed a two-stroke victory for Michelle Wie in the 2014 U.S. Women's Open at Pinehurst No. 2. read more >>
Stacy Lewis made eight birdies during Sunday's final round, but miscues like her bogey on the 14th hole (pictured) kept her from catching Michelle Wie down the stretch. (USGA/Matt Sullivan)
Playing an hour ahead of the final group, Stacy Lewis posted a 4-under 66 to put pressure on eventual champion Michelle Wie, who she couldn't be more happy for. read more >>
The par-4 third hole was one of the most exciting places to witness great scoring as well as dramatic greenside saves throughout both championship weeks. (USGA/Matt Sullivan)
A look at statistics reveals how Pinehurst No. 2 played from week to week, and Brooke Mackenzie Henderson of Canada finishes as the low amateur. read more >>

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08:11 p.m. EDT USGA Vice President Dan Burton on the historic back-to-back championships: "My first thought is wow. Wow. If you let me write a script about how I would dream it to go, that's how it went. Just an absolutely wonderful two weeks, great golf. I think we achieved every objective we could have possibly set out to enumerate."
07:47 p.m. EDT One more from Wie: "I think one of the biggest lessons I've learned is to just really stay in the present and really try not to control everything. I think when, growing up, I just wanted to control everything. Have the perfect swing. Have the perfect putting stroke. And if something wasn't perfect, then I would start to freak out. I think over the years I started to learn, notice, that you can't be perfect. I started to look at other people's swings. There's so many different swings that wins golf tournaments. There's so many different putting strokes. You can't be perfect all the time. I just decided just to let it go, just to have fun, and just try to get better every day. And I think I've learned a lot from that."
07:36 p.m. EDT Michelle Wie in her post-round press conference: "I can't even think straight. I'm so happy right now. I'm just unbelievably happy. I'm so honored to be part -- to have my name on the trophy. Just so grateful for everything. I'm just really happy. I'm really thankful, just everything, feeling every single emotion I can right now."
06:34 p.m. EDT Wie, who first won a USGA championship in 2003 when she captured the U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links: "I've been seeing the rules officials since I was 10 years old. I always feel like at U.S. Opens i'm seeing old family and friends."
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2LEWIS, StacyEF-4
3MEADOW, Stephanie+1F-1
4YANG, Amy+2F+4
T5LEE, Meena+3F-2
T5RYU, So Yeon+3FE
T7YOKOMINE, Sakura+4F+1
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