Teenage golfer Michelle Wie couldn't believe she played golf with one of her role models, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.
"I was like . . . it's the secretary of state. They put me in charge of driving her around" in a golf cart, Wie told Time magazine.
"I was like, if I crash, the secretary of state goes down with me," the 16-year-old Hawaiian high school junior said.
When asked what she thought of radio host Rush Limbaugh calling her a "triumph of marketing," Wie said, "Huh? Who's that?"
When told he hosts a radio talk show, she said, "I don't listen to the radio much."
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