Australian Min Woo Lee endured a heartbreaking final round at the Players Championship, carding a four-over 76 marred by two horror holes.
It saw him finish in a tie for sixth, costing him millions of dollars in prize money – as well as a life-changing temporary PGA Tour membership.
Lee began the day in second, and shared the lead for just one hole at the famous TPC Sawgrass in Florida before falling apart in an all-time meltdown. Had he finished second, he would have picked up an estimated $4.1 million AUD – three million more than the $1.1m he will likely earn with his equal-sixth finish.
American Scottie Scheffler surged to a remarkable five-shot victory and estimated $4.5m USD ($6.8m AUD) winner’s prize, and will also claim the world number one ranking.
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