Michelle Wie suffered through a rough day on the links at the LPGA's US Open in Wisconsin on Saturday, just one day after she surged to within one stroke of the lead.
The Punahou graduate hit just 10 of 18 greens-in-regulation, which had been a strength for her during the tournament's first two rounds.
The 66 that Wie shot in round two on Friday seemed a far cry from her third round performance, as she made just one birdie all day, finishing with a 6-over par 78 and dropping down to 13th place.
Wie currently sits 11 strokes off the lead, held by Na Yeon Choi.
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