K.H. Lee birdied 4 of the first 6 holes in the final round of the AT&T Byron Nelson to capture the win. Lee’s final round of 6-under 66 put him 3 strokes ahead of runner-up Sam Burns. The victory is Lee’s first on the PGA TOUR, coming in his 80th start.
Lee becomes the second consecutive Korean-born player to win the AT&T Byron Nelson, and third overall (Sangmoon Bae/2013, Sung Kang/2019)
Lee credits a change in putter for his success, “Honestly, couple months play bad my putting, so a lot of lose momentum and not play well, but this week I change putter, Callaway, and so that help for me this week. More keep momentum and keep positive, so that putter help for me a lot this week.”
54-hole leader Sam Burns carded a 2-under 70 to end the event in 2nd with -22. Burns moves to No. 5 in the FedExCup standings.
Patton Kizzire jumped to T3 after posting the low round of the day with a 9-under 63. Also T3, Daniel Berger posted eight birdies in a 10-hole stretch to go 8-under for the day. It is his 2nd top-10 finish in 3 starts at the AT&T Byron Nelson.
Dallas native Jordan Spieth finished T9 at 18-under for his first top-10 result at the AT&T Byron Nelson.