Rickie Fowler, Danny Lee engaged in Tour Championship prank war
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Rickie Fowler, Danny Lee engaged in Tour Championship prank war

Rickie Fowler and Danny Lee have had some fun at the expense of each other's parking spaces at this week's Tour Championship in Atlanta.

You see, Danny Lee has had a hard time landing a girlfriend. In fact, after Lee broke through for his first PGA Tour win at The Greenbrier Classic, he said the win was sweet but would have been better if he had some company.

"Only one wish I had was if I had a girlfriend, it wouldn't be as lonely in the room," he said after the win, drawing laughter.

Well, Lee's buddy and fellow player Pat Perez decided to start a campaign to find him a girlfriend, dubbing it #FindDannyAGirl. Fowler played off of that in defacing the sign for Lee's parking spot at East Lake, drawing hearts on either side of "Danny" in the sign, writing the hashtag and signing it, just so Lee knew it was him.

So, on Thursday, Lee got even, TP-ing Fowler's courtesy car and surrounding the car with safety cones, the latter of which is a play on Fowler's all-orange Sunday fashion choices.

This one goes to Danny Lee, but this needs to continue into next season.

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