If you follow golf, you know that Danny Lee is one of the funniest and most likable players on the PGA Tour.
For starters, he won The Greenbrier last year but in his press conference famously joked that he really wanted a girlfriend. (He's also a frequent and funny Snapchatter.) He had another great interview with ESPN's Tom Rinaldi after his opening-round 4-under 68 at the Masters on Thursday.
In it he talks about his appearance at the 2009 Masters, in which he says Adam Scott and Trevor Immelman laughed at him after a six-putt from 15 feet. "I was like, 'Really guys?'" Lee said.
When Rinaldi was going through Lee's highlights at a furious pace, Lee said: "You're moving way too fast for me."
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And later, after describing his birdie on 12, Lee added: "Nobody clapped."
SI's Alan Shipnuck and GOLF.com's Sean Zak also discussed Lee on Thursday night's GOLF.com Podcast. Lee followed Thursday's round with a 2-over 74 on Friday.