Danny Lee ‘taking a break’ after six-putt US Open emergency

Lee had an epic emergency on the eighteenth green at the US Open on Saturday, six-putting from a couple of feet away to shoot 78. He quickly pulled back from the significant competition, refering to a wrist injury.

The New Zealand local apologized for his activities on Tuesday.

“I am sorry for my helpless activities at the US Open a week ago,” Lee composed on Twitter. “I was amateurish and absurd. Clearly hurt loads of my fans and devotees and my Sponsors out there … my dissatisfaction took over me and joined with injury I needed to battle with it for throughout the week.

“Still only a reason. I shouldn’t (have) left that way… and furthermore (I’d) like to apologize to USGA they made a huge showing a week ago at Wing(ed) Foot. On the course and off the course. Presently I going to take a break and figure what I did and beginning next time I’ll appear as a superior individual and have better sportsmanship. Much obliged to you.”

Unexpectedly, Lee had made the cut and was faring better than a great deal of his kindred rivals in the third round. Lee, positioned 112 on the planet, was only 3-over standard on his round, falling off a birdie on 17 and had a makable standard putt on the last gap. After the subsequent endeavor zoomed by, he took no time on any of the following putts before the ball at last discovered its way to the gap on his 6th endeavor. Lee at that point stomped off the green and pummeled his putter into his pack.

The seriousness of Lee’s wrist injury is hazy.


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