Palo Alto, CA -- B.J. and Bo Wie were reunited with 19-year-old daughter Michelle today after spending the weekend being electronically monitored from their home, thousands of miles from the LPGA's Solheim Cup in Chicago.
According to reports, the duo, clad in Nike apparel, were ushered into their Northen California residence Thursday night by LPGA officials, only to emerge Sunday afternoon when American victory was secure.
Witnesses say B.J. and Bo appeared hungry and disoriented, while Tour officials insisted they were well cared for and were even allowed to watch "some" of the golf coverage, albeit on tape delay. However, they were not allowed the use of a telephone, email, or computer for fear that one or both might try to contact Michelle and offer in-round advice, which besides being illegal during tournament play, might increase Michelle's risk of exacerbating an old wrist injury caused in part by excessive text messaging.
Without her parents in attendance, Wie managed a team-leading 3-0-1 record for the week.