Tag Archives: Happy New Year

Jan
4
2017
By Stephanie Wei under PGA Tour

Hi guys! Happy New Year from Maui and the Tournament of Champions!  We survived 2016 — at least some of us…barely. I feel like I’m writing a personal email to my friends, but in many ways, this website/blog/whatever the hell you want to call it has been like that. Since I started on this journey on a little Tumblr blog in spring 2009, it’s been one heck of an adventure, filled with so much joy, sweat, tears and practically every emotion that goes along with life (mostly positive, though!).

For those of you who have been along since the early days, you’ve witnessed the evolution, and thank you so much for your support, loyalty and belief in me — even your critiques because the constructive non-hater trolling feedback is what has made me work harder and improve my “craft.” In fact, I’ve always said I owe the most to the haters because the hostility and animosity lit a fire under me and inspired me even more to prove them wrong. Same goes for anyone and everyone who has been a casual, avid or occasional reader or hater.

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Dec
31
2014
By Stephanie Wei under General

As 2014 comes to an end, let’s look back and reflect on WUP’s favorite moments and memories from our year in golf. Most of them are included in the picture/video above, but the best of them deserve to be accompanied by a paragraph or two. 

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Dec
31
2010
By Stephanie Wei under General

As 2010 comes to a close, I almost wish it wouldn’t, personally. Despite the rocky moments and the non-stop controversies (which quite frankly were great for the blogosphere), it was also a magical year in golf, which I’ve looked back on in a series of posts in the last week and on Thanksgiving.

Now excuse me if I get a tad sappy. It doesn’t happen that often — at least I don’t like to show it! As cliche as it may sound, 2010 was truly a year that surpassed my expectations. Honestly, I couldn’t have scripted it better.

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