Golfer D.H. Lee gives middle finger to gallery at AT&T National
D.H. Lee began round three of the PGA Tour’s AT&T National tied for forth place on the leaderboard. At the end of round three on Saturday, he was talked about for flipping the bird.
According to USA Today, Lee was caught on television cameras on the 12th hole at Congressional Country Club giving the gallery the middle finger. The gesture was replayed on television by CBS.
On the 12th hole, Lee was frustrated with a fan in the stands when his approach to the green went long. Lee went on to bogey the hole and the rest of his round went downhill after that.
According to ESPN.com, Lee shot four over in round three after playing even par on the front nine. He dropped from forth place to 20th place and is now one under for the tournament.
Lee,26, from South Korea now trails James Driscoll, Bill Haas, Roberto Castro, and Andres Romero who are at seven under for the tournament as they head into the forth round on Sunday in Washington D.C.