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Paige Spiranac Has 2-Word Reaction To U.S. Open Putting Meltdown

Popular Instagram golfer Paige Spiranac.

Paige Spiranac/Instagram.

Winged Foot's greens have frustrated a lot of U.S. Open golfers this week, but none have been more outraged by them than Danny Lee.

The 30-year-old South Korean golfer had one of the biggest putting meltdowns of all-time on the par-4 18th hole on Saturday.

Lee was 3-over for his round on Saturday when he faced a 4-foot par putt on No. 18 on Saturday. Then, all mayhem broke loose. Lee ended up six-putting to make a quintuple-bogey 9 to finish his round.

The South Korean golfer ended up withdrawing from the tournament with a wrist injury.

Paige Spiranac summed up every golfer's thoughts on the video:

"Nightmare fuel," she wrote.

Winged Foot's greens are tough, but this was just a meltdown. Lee was clearly incredibly frustrated and just done with the hole at that point. He clearly didn't even take the time to read his putts following his first miss.

That's what the U.S. Open does to some golfers, though, and Winged Foot is about as tough as it gets.

The final round of the 2020 U.S. Open is currently underway. Matthew Wolff is the tournament's leader at -5, though there will likely be several contenders.

The final round is being televised on NBC.