Professional Golfer Comes Up Just a Bit Short on Back-to-Back Shots

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistMay 12, 2014

via PGA Tour

Richard H. Lee didn't have a lot of room to work with on the 17th hole at The Players Championship, so he needed to be careful while trying to work by the water. 

Unfortunately for him, he was near the edge longer than he had hoped.

The two poorly hit shots caused Lee to double-bogey the hole. His three-over par for the event earned him a tie for 65th and $20,800, via CBSSports.com.

[PGA Tour, h/t Guyism]

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