Michelle Wie celebrates U.S. Open win by twerking, getting drunk

Michelle Wie finally got her first major title on the LPGA Tour Sunday, claiming the U.S. Open by two strokes over world No. 1 Stacy Lewis.

And then she partaaaayyyyed!

Just don’t look for any of the evidence on her friends’ Instagram accounts, because someone cleaned it up really quick. J.P. Kennedy posted the evidence of the after party on his Instagram account, only for it to magically all come down. But the Internet doesn’t forget.

Plenty of people saved — or screengrabbed — the evidence.

She actually left up one photo of her drinking out of the cup on Instagram.

Michelle Wie Instagram
Michelle Wie parties it up on Instagram.
Credit: Instagram/themichellewie

The highlight of the revelry is the video posted above, which was taken from Kennedy’s Instagram and features Wie twerking and chugging beer from the U.S. Open trophy all to a wonderful accompaniment of DJ Snake & Lil Jon’s “Turn Down for What.”

You’d think Wie was responsible for the disappearance, but she actually retweeted a link to GolfDigest’s story about the partying, saying “Michelle Wie celebrated her U.S. Open win the way any 24-year-old would.”

And we fully agree. How is this any different than a bunch of hockey players chugging from the Stanley Cup — or, ya know, making sangria in it on live TV.

But work on your twerking, Michelle. You may have more celebrations in your future.

Follow Metro New York Sports Editor Mark Osborne on Twitter @MetroNYSports. He can’t help but like Michelle Wie despite the circus she went through as a teen.


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