Chef Min Woo Lee was cooking on Friday at Valhalla. The Aussie golfer chipped in not once, not twice, but three times en route to a five-under 67. After his final chip-in of the day, Lee tallied up his shots on his fingers in a move straight of Steph Curry’s celly playbook.

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After his round, Lee posted his celebration to his Instagram,asking the NBA’s all-time three-point leader, “Did I do it right?” Curry, who has a couple of highlight-reel hole-outs to his name as well, delivered a pitch-perfect answer.

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If anyone knows anything about draining ‘em from downtown, it’s Curry, so we’ll consider this matter settled. Lee sits T29 heading into round 3, eight shots back of leader Xander Schauffele. That’s a lot of ground to make up, but when you’re draining them from beyond the arc like Lee was on Friday, there’s no deficit that can’t be overcome.


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