West Aussie Min Woo Lee has pulled off a record-setting Masters debut at the Augusta National in the US over the weekend.
Lee briefly stormed to outright fourth on the leaderboard after equalling the lowest-ever front nine with a staggering six-under-par 30 on the sport’s most famous course.
He eagled the par-5 second hole, then reeled off four straight birdies to surge to two under and within seven shots of third-round leader, world No.1 and eventual winner Scottie Scheffler.
“He’s only 23 and his first-ever Masters and he goes and sets the record for the equal lowest-ever front nine,” Ryan Daniels told Clairsy & Lisa on Monday.
“He did it in 6 under 30, which is insane.”
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Rhino then revealed how and why this young man was about to pull off such a record score.
“He needed to wee.”