Michelle Wie Purple Dress is Hot Play is Not, Michelle Wie may not have found her golf game this weekend, but she drew raves and howls for a tight purple dress she wore for the final round of the Women's US Open on Sunday. The American golfer entered the weekend of the LPGA event in Koler, Wisconsin in contention for the title, but faded mightily, shooting an 80 on Sunday. She finished in 35 place, but did have some very impressed with her athletic body and her dress. She also handled all the questions at her difficult press conference with grace. Meanwhile, David Beckham is trying to help Americans as they plan for the Olympics and thinks a round of golf at St Andrews is in order if you take in the 2012 Olympics. Becks first suggests visitors to the 2012 London Olympics should make a tour of Buckingham Palace their top tourist destination. The 37-year-old soccer star - who is an Olympic ambassador - had drawn up a list of 10 hotspots for visitors to England's capital city to check out during their stay this summer, including locations he loves going to with wife Victoria and their four children, Brooklyn, 13, Romeo, nine, Cruz, seven, and 11-month-old Harper. David - who attended the nuptials of Prince William and Duchess Catherine with Victoria in April 2011 - said: "Buckingham Palace is in the heart of London and it's been the scene of so many great moments in British history - none of us will ever forget the amazing wedding last year. "Best of all, it's open for visitors during the summer so you can have a look around the state apartments." David - who grew up in Essex and has previously lived in east London - recommends indulging in some traditional London food, such as a meat pie and mash potato meal, as "an insider's tip for a real east London food experience". In a smartphone app guide for national tourism agency VisitBritain he advises eating the traditional delicacy at Tony Lane's pie and mash shop in Waltham Abbey, Essex, which he singles out as his "favourite" and which he always visits when he returns to England from his Los Angeles home. David also believes visitors should try out one of Britain's many theme parks, particularly if tourists are coming to the UK with their children. He said: "Kids can't get enough of theme parks as I know being a father of four. You're never far away from one in Britain." He also helpfully points out Thorpe Park is "just outside London" and that "Alton Towers is close to Stoke", as well as recommending visitors "get out in the fresh air at one of London's Royal Parks".