Michelle Wie took to social media on Sunday to confirm her engagement to Jonnie West, a Golden State Warriors executive and the son of NBA legend Jerry West.
Wie shared the news on her Instagram, posting three photos with the caption: “My person for life!!!!!!!!! #WieGoesWest @jonniewest4.”
Wie, 29, and West, 30, went public with their relationship in January, so it hasn’t taken West very long to pop the question.
While things are clearly going very well for Wie off the golf course, she has had a fair share of adversity to deal with on it.
The 2014 U.S. Women’s Open champion recently made her comeback from wrist surgery, but was forced to withdraw from last month’s HSBC Women’s World Championship after 14 holes due when the injury flared up again.
Woods sported a slightly longer putter at Harind Park than fans are usually accustomed to seeing.
After the opening salvo of his PGA Championship title defence, Brooks Koepka is a confident man.
Former world number one Jason Day and American Brendon Todd share the lead.
Koepka is part of a nine-strong group on four under in California.
Tiger Woods is also in the mix after an opening-round 68.
Koepka carded an opening four-under-par 66 to trail Jason Day by a stroke while Woods was two shots further back.
The American is targeting a third consecutive US PGA Championship title.
The Northern Irishman won the last of his four major titles in 2014.
McIlroy has struggled to perform to his best in the PGA Tour’s fan-free environment since it returned in June.