SUGAR GROVE, Ill. – When Michelle Wie rolled in an 18-foot birdie putt at No. 3 to go 2 up against Helen Alfredsson in their Solheim Cup singles match, B.J. Wie couldn't hold back a "whooo-hoooo" even though it hurt him.
Wie's father has had so much to cheer about in three days his throat is raw.
"I can barely talk," he said. "I need a cough drop."
Wie carried her momentum Saturday right onto the first tee Sunday. She went 3 up on Alfredsson after hitting a short iron to a foot at the sixth hole.
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