I think the competition is less stiff, but she's accomplished far more at 19 on the LPGA tour than he had on the PGA tour.
Tiger was learning how to win at the amateur level when he was 19. Wie was never afforded that opportunity by her handlers. They set her up for early failure. The LPGA has seen a bunch of 18 and 19 year olds win in recent years ... 5 years ago who would have predicted that Wie would not yet be one of them. Now she gets to learn the hard way, by spitting the bit time and time again until she figures out what it takes to play under pressure and win in the final round.
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