The rising star of Australian golf said nothing was set in stone but should he seal his PGA Tour card, he was most likely to make his base at the U.S desert resort that’s become a golfing hotbed.
A big week at Hoylake would, he feels, seal the deal in securing that card and he’s started well, recovering from an early double bogey to finish even-par in Thursday’s opening round, the joint-best among the 10-strong Australian contingent at Royal Liverpool.
“If I get my card on the PGA Tour, it will probably most likely (that I’ll go to Las Vegas), but it’s not 100 percent, nothing set in stone yet,” said Lee, after battling back from an early double bogey to finish at even.
“Every time I go there to Vegas, I play really well afterwards. Time to just wind down and have fun. There’s a lot to do in Vegas, and the food is amazing and the golf courses are…