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  • Lee Williams sinks career-long putt to make it back on the tourIf you looked on Lee Williams’ official PGA Tour profile, you’d see that his motto is, “It doesn’t matter where you’ve been but where you’re going.” Williams embodied that motto to the fullest, as he was able to pull himself up from what he considered the “the worst year I’ve ever had of playing golf” to regain a spot on the PGA Tour. Williams was unable to hide his joy after his perseverance landed him back amongst the big boys of golf. “I’m super excited,” he said. “This was not the year that I wanted to have, and now I have the opportunity to go out and do better.”
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  • Former Auburn Golfer Lee Williams Wins First Career Nationwide EventLEON, Mexico– Former Auburn golfer Lee Williams captured his first Nationwide Tour victory on Sunday at the Mexico Open, shooting a 2-under 70 to hold off Paul Haley II by a shot at El Bosque Golf Club. Williams carded a 14-under 274 for the tournament.
  • Lee Williams wins Mexico OpenLee Williams won the Mexico Open on Sunday for his first Nationwide Tour title, closing with a 2-under 70 for a one-stroke victory over Paul Haley II.