Michelle Wie played with her right hand heavily strapped during a tournament in February
American golfer Michelle Wie is taking an inconclusive break from golf due to relentless wrist damage.
Wie, 29, did not protect her LPGA Singapore title in April and has additionally pulled back from the Los Angeles Open, which begins on Thursday.
The previous US Open boss says her choice to rest pursues guidance from her specialist and has been made in an offered to be “sans torment”.
“Had an empowering visit with my specialist, anyway we both believe it’s to my greatest advantage to remove some an opportunity to enable my body to mend appropriately and get more grounded.
“Ideally I can return to being sans torment genuine soon. Much thanks to you everybody for remaining patient with me. I acknowledge you all.”
Wie, who turned proficient in the blink of an eye before her sixteenth birthday celebration in 2005, was compelled to pull back mid-round from the Ladies’ English Open last August due to torment in her correct hand.
The damage has obstructed Wie’s playing time this season – she hauled out of the Ladies’ Big showdown in Spring and missed the cut in her previous two competitions, incorporating the Lotte Title in her local Hawaii this month.