Residence: Southport, England
The Englishman turned pro in 1998 with a handicap of 3 and aged 20, after playing golf as a boy in his hometown of Southport. In 2004 he won the Telia Grand Prix as part of the Challenge Tour, and the next year he tied 7th with Fredrik Widmark in the Abama Open de Canizarias as part of the European tour. 2006 was a better year for Lee. He just missed out on a maiden European Tour victory when he lost first place to Jean Van de Velde at the Madeira Island Open. In 2007, he bounced back from losing his playing privileges at the qualifying school in San Roque. He took the top spot after a 64 in the final round. In 2008 he tied 2nd with Ernie Els in the Alfred Dunhill Championship after losing out to eventual winner John Bickerton. In the same year he tied 4th at the KLM open. Lee has secured a pair of top-25 finishes this season and is currently just inside the magical top-115 in the Race to Dubai.