Watch Michelle Wie Swing Left-Handed

How good - or bad - is Michelle Wie's left-handed golf swing? You can judge for yourself with this clip, but taking into account she's swinging in chunky heels and cut-off jean shorts ....

And here's a couple other Wiezy scenes we don't normally see. First, via a Spapchat filter, here's goth Wie:

And here is Michelle sporting a nose ring:

Linda Henriksson Claims Victory on LETAS

Finland isn't a country typically associated with great golf. But there are a slew of young, female Finnish golfers, both on pro tours and at American colleges, who are starting to change that.

One of them is Linda Henriksson, who just claimed her first victory on the LET Access Series, the feeder circuit to the Ladies European Tour. Linda won the 2017 VP Bank Ladies Open in Switzerland, a tournament that concluded on May 6.

There was an odd ending to regulation play. The final round was played in very blustery conditions, very tough on scoring: Not a single player broke par in the final round. Henriksson's even-par 72 was tied for low round of the day, and she finished at 4-under 212. That was a total she thought would be good enough to win and, indeed, Henriksson appeared to have a 1-stroke victory.

But it turned out the scoreboard operators had made a mistake: Nina Pegova, of Russia, was actually one stroke better than her score appeared on the scoreboard. Pegova also finished at 4-under. So instead of winning by a shot, Henriksson had to go into a playoff.

Not to worry, thought - Linda ended it with a birdie on the first extra hole.

"I was extremely nervous in this play-off, my knees were trembling, and the last putt took an hour," Henriksson afterward.

She can rest easy about her schedule for the rest of the year now, having secured - along with the first victory - entry into all remaining LETAS events in 2017.

She's also pretty good at trick shots:

Ha-Neul Kim Wins in Japan

Ha-Neul Kim is a winner again on Japan's LPGA circuit. Kim claimed the title at the 2017 JLPGA CyberAgent Ladies Golf Tournament at Grand Fields Country Club in Shizuoka, Japan, a tournament that concluded on April 30.

It was sweet revenge for Ha-Neul, who barely missed the trophy in this event a year ago. At the 2016 tournament, Ha-Neul got into a playoff, only to lose when a putt lipped out. No such problem this year, although once again Kim needed a playoff to claim the victory. On the first extra hole, Kim knocked it close to the hole on her approach, then sank the birdie putt for the win.

This was Kim's first victory of 2017, but her fourth career win on the JLPGA. She's been playing the JLPGA full-time since 2015. Prior to that, Ha-Neul was an 8-time winner in her native Korea on the KLPGA, including the 2011 Hite Jinro Championship, one of the KLPGA's majors. One of her wins in Japan - the 2016 Japan LPGA Tour Championship Ricoh Cup - is a JLPGA major.

Ha-Neul also teamed with Inbee Park to win the 2013 Mission Hills World Ladies Championship.

Maiden Victory for Klara Spilkova on the LET

Photo credit: Ondřej Pýcha/www.pycha.com

Klara Spilkova won the Lalla Meryem Cup in Morocco on Sunday, claiming her first title on the Ladies European Tour.

Klara did it with a bogey-free final round of 66, that included six birdies - the last two on the 13th and 14th holes. She parred out from there, including sinking a testy par putt on the final hole.

Suzann Pettersen had a chance to catch Spilkova and force a playoff by birdying the last hole, but didn't. Pettersen finished in second place, one stroke behind Spilkova's winning total of 280 (8-under par).

Spilkova is 22 years old and from the Czech Republic. As you can probably tell from the photos, she also does some modeling.

Prior to the Lalla Meryem Cup, Klara had 92 career starts on the LET. She turned pro in 2010, when she was only 17 years old.

In her 92 prior starts on the LET, Klara had 11 career Top 10 finishes, and her 66 in the final round in Morocco matches her career low on the LET.

Photo credit: Ondřej Pýcha/www.pycha.com

Lilia Vu Wins 3rd In a Row for UCLA

UCLA sophomore Lilia Vu is one hot golfer. How hot? Three-wins-in-a-row hot.

Vu won the Silverado Showdown in Napa, Calif., a tournament played April 9-11, sharing first place (there was no playoff) with Hannah Kim of Northwestern. Her final round 71 included a birdie on the 15th hole and then a birdie on the final hole to grab co-medalist honors.

It's the third consecutive NCAA tournament win for Lilia, whose second-round 63 set a new school 18-hole scoring record. And Vu is just the second UCLA women's golfer ever to win three tournaments in a row (the first was Charlotte Mayorkas).

Vu's previous two victories this season were in the Spring Break Classic in Hawaii and UCLA's own Bruin Wave Invitational.

Lilia, from California, is currently ranked 18th in the World Amateur Golf Rankings, but this latest win will surely move her up a few notches. The same is true of Golfweek's college rankings, where Vu is currently sits eighth.

Roberta Liti's First Top 10? She Made It a Win

Roberta Liti is a junior on the Arizona State women's golf team. And going into the 2017 Ping/ASU Invitational - a big tournament in NCAA women's golf - Liti had not yet posted a Top 10 finish in a college golf tournament.

She has now - and Roberta now has a victory, too.

Liti beat her ASU teammate Monica Vaughn by a stroke to record NCAA win No. 1 - and career Top 10 No. 1 - finishing at 10-under 206. She shot rounds of 69, 69 and 68. It was a great tournament all-around for the host school, as Arizona State also won the team title, and with a tournament record score of 25-under.

Roberta is from Siena, Italy. She won the Italian Championship in 2013 and was runner-up in the Girls' British Open Amateur Championship in 2013. She's been a steady performer at Arizona State since arriving, and now she's a winner.