Her putting has been a problem. She entered this event ranked 133d in both putt-per-round average and putts per green in regulation.
"I couldn't read any of these greens," she said in brief comments following Saturday's round. "I didn't putt them well. I had some loose shots. That's something I'll definitely have to train for next week."
It's been an interesting career for Wie, who competed in eight PGA Tour events as a teenager. She played in seven LPGA events at the age of 13 when she became the youngest winner of a USGA championship (U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links).
Stasi's happy weekend
With about 30 family members and friends following her on a gorgeous morning, Meghan Stasi had about as much fun as one can possibly have while shooting a 76.
Stasi, 34, formerly of Voorhees and now living in Oakland Park, Fla., carded four birdies but offset that with four 3-putt greens - the first coming from 10 feet at the first hole - in finishing at 151.
"I don't think my eyes were open yet," quipped Stasi, who teed off at 7:25 a.m.
"I was happy with the way I hit the ball, but it was tough out there. I was striking the ball fine. I missed two greens from about 85 yards and that hurt. Other than that, I'm not 'happy-happy' but I'm happy, if that makes any sense."
Stasi, who competed as Meghan Bolger before her 2009 marriage, enjoyed watching one of her playing partners, Jennifer Johnson, shoot a 63, the low round of the tournament.
"It was unbelievable, I got to watch an incredible round," she said. "This is what they do for a living, and of course you want them to make it.
"Jennifer and Cindy [Lacrosse] were great to play with, very nice to me. It was a great experience. I was very fortunate to be here. For that, I've got to thank ShopRite and the LPGA for allowing me to be here."