Hitting bad golf shots is something I have perfected over the years. While I consider myself a decent player most of the time, my playing partners know that I’ll unload a real crapper at some point in my round. Chances are I may even react like the PGA Tour’s D.H. Lee did last week.
During Saturday’s third round of the AT&T National at Congressional Country Club, Lee, 25, hit an approach shot into hole No. 12. His golf ball took a hard bounce toward the back of the green, ultimately rolling off the putting surface and leaving him with a difficult chip up the slope.
Lee showed his appreciation to the Golf Gods with a universal hand signal immediately after.
After his round, Lee told reporters that his reaction was not aimed at any gallery members but rather his golf ball.
“I’m sorry for that,” he said. “No, it was just for me. My ball. It was frustration. It wasn’t aimed at anyone.”
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