Daniel Berger
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Recent Results

tournament date total score
Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open 12/07/2015 276
The Greenbrier Classic 05/07/2015 139
the Memorial Tournament 07/06/2015 147
AT&T Byron Nelson Championship 31/05/2015 267
Crowne Plaza Invitational 24/05/2015 142
Wells Fargo Championship 17/05/2015 283
The Players Championship 10/05/2015 145
Zurich Classic of New Orleans 26/04/2015 270
RBC Heritage 19/04/2015 287
Shell Houston Open 05/04/2015 280

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On a day where Jim Furyk’s 58 upstaged not only the rest of the field, but also every single other sports story, Scotland’s Russell Knox took the title at the Travelers Championship in Cromwell, Connecticut, with a 14-under 266.

Knox was three strokes behind Day 3 leader Daniel Berger, but the American fell on hard times Sunday, knocking four straight…

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It seemed like a disappointing Thursday for American Daniel Berger at the WGC-Bridgestone; he drove his first shot 307 yards, tweaked his shoulder, and decided to shut it down for the tournament rather than risk a more serious injury.

That swing earned him $50,000.

By taking a shot in a tournament that has not cut, Berger guaranteed a 61st (last) place…

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Daniel Berger held off a host of challengers, among the Phil Mickelson, to take the title at the St. Jude Classic on Sunday, the first of his career and the last tournament before the US Open, which begins on Thursday.

Playing like an old pro, the 23-year-old native of Florida saw Mickelson close within one stroke and responded with a…

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A former FedEx Cup winner and a PGA Champion combined to win the Franklin Templeton Shootout on Saturday, firing a final-round 11-under to finish 30-under and cash in on $385,000 each.

The pair are Brandt Snedeker and Jason Dufner, who were the only team to shoot double-digits under par in the final round to finish two strokes ahead of Harris…

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Jason Day took over the No. 1 ranking in the world and widened his lead in the FedEx Cup standings to more than 500 points, cruising to victory at the BMW Championship Sunday in Chicago.

Day did things the Tiger Woods’ way: exploding to an insurmountable lead and playing smart, safe golf the rest of the tournament. Day was -18…

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How do you know when you’re living the sweet life as a golfer? When your worst round of a tournament still has you extending your lead.

Jason Day moved to 20-under through 54 holes with a 2-under 69 Saturday at the BMW Championship, extending his lead to six strokes with one round to go. Day is attempting to become the…

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This is sort of getting ridiculous.

Jason Day followed up his opening-round 61 with a 63, tying the PGA Tour record for the lowest score after two rounds, sitting at 18-under and holding a five-stroke lead at the midway point of the BMW Championship, the third leg of the FedEx Cup Championship.

Day leads the points chase already, and if he…

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The last time Padraig Harrington won a big-time tournament, the world was his oyster. The year was 2008, the tournament was the PGA Championship, and it marked his third Major win in 13 months.

Things have changed dramatically since then, with Harrington falling as low as 385th in the world last December, but all that was erased in one amazing…

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