Kiwi golfer Danny Lee has finished his impressive campaign at the latest PGA tournament in Mexico with another strong round, coming up just short of a second tour win.
Lee started the final round of the Mayakoba Classic tied for third and five shots behind leader Matt Kuchar but the 28-year-old closed in on the American with a six-under-par 65 to finish the event 21 under overall.
Lee's round featured seven birdies and a bogey.
"I didn't have any particular mindset today, I've been hitting it good all week and I knew if I just putt half decent I was going to have a chance or get very close."
"It was kind of a little bit windier than the last three rounds, but of you just keep hitting it straight off the tee you get a lot of birdie chances."
Unfortunately for the Kiwi, it was one shot behind Kuchar, who claimed his eighth PGA Tour title in the process.
Still, Lee collected NZ$1.1 million in prize money for his efforts.