As you can see from the photo above, D.H. Lee was not pleased with a fan during the third round of the AT&T National.
Lee, who was in contention after two rounds, didn’t have the best day at Congressional Country Club, posting a three-over 75. Along the way, he obviously let a fan, whom I’m sure deserved it, get the best of him. Here’s the Vine via Rob Matre’s Twitter.
Although Tiger Woods was forced to withdraw from the AT&T National, the event that benefits his foundation, he’s still been on hand this week at Congressional Country Club playing host duties.
Woods, who appeared more forthcoming about his elbow injury, pushed it “pretty good” the other week during the U.S. Open and wouldn’t go as far to say he would be completely healed in time for the Open Championship at Muirfield in three weeks, according to multiple reports.
It was no secret Tiger Woods played the U.S. Open in pain. His left arm was clearly agitated as he grimaced his way to a mediocre finish last week at Merion.
Last year at the AT&T National, the tournament he hosts at Congressional Country Club, he won with ease and passed Jack Nicklaus for second in all-time PGA Tour career wins — but we all know Woods only cares about leapfrogging Nicklaus in majors. This time around, he will be watching from the sidelines, according to an announcement on Tuesday via his website, TigerWoods.com:
Considering he’s not playing in a tournament this week, Tiger Woods sure has made a ton of headlines already. Between hanging out with his kids and girlfriend Lindsey Vonn and hosting charity events, Woods even squeezed in a press conference for his tournament, the AT&T National, on Monday morning at Congressional.
Let’s start with the stuff you care about most — Tiger vs. Sergio saga. In the latest episode of The Real Housewives of the PGA Tour, Tiger was asked if he had reached out to Sergio to mend things instead of relaying comments through the press. The answer was straightforward and simple: “No.”