On February 14, Daniel Berger closed his eagle last hole and was crowned champion at -18 with a bonus of $ 1.404 million at the PGA Tour event in California.

Berger finished the race to the coronation podium at the 18 par5 hole, 526 yards long by eagle from a nine-meter strike, after playing 276 yards, then used the 257-yard ice number 3 to go green.

“It was the best putt of my life,” Berger judged himself to be pitting performance.

Berger lifted the trophy for champions Pebble Beach Pro-Am on February 14.  Photo: USA Today

Berger lifted the trophy for champions Pebble Beach Pro-Am on February 14. Image: USA Today

On the closing day of the tournament, Berger scored four birdies, one bogey and to two eagles, of which the first eagle was at hole 2, also par5. He averaged 311.8 yards, hit nine in the 14 fairways and went up green according to the 15-hole standard. And it was the second eagle that helped Berger knock out the late Maverick McNealy.

McNealy was one hole ahead of Berger, leaving hole 18 with a birdie score. Meanwhile, both share the top of the board at -16. But Berger’s finish put McNealy in second place with $ 850,200.

At the end of the leg to the finish line, Jordan Spieth dominated this position with -13. Following Spieth were 11 players at a distance of four strokes, of which the T2 with a -11 score of five, including Berger, McNealy and Nate Lashley.

But Spieth lost fire, similar to the Phoenix Open a week ago with a final T4 spot. Yesterday, at Pebble Beach, par72, Spieth led two clubs into three strokes in the first six holes. Thanks to the birdie in both holes, the former world number one finished T3 with -15, alongside Patrick Cantlay. This location received $ 460,200.

Poor performance at the beginning of the last round made Spieth miss the championship opportunity.  Photo: USA Today

Poor performance at the beginning of the last round made Spieth miss the championship opportunity. Image: USA Today

And Lashley, who joined the last group with Spieth, became formidable with five birdies, not bogey across 15 holes. But he had triple bogey 16 par4 hole, in which he lost four putt on the green even though it was about four meters away. This “hatchback” caused Lashley to run out of title competition, eventually Paul Casey stood T5 (score -14), each with $ 301,275.

Berger was born in 1993, entered professional golf since 2013. At the beginning of last year, he was out of the top 100 world rankings (OWGR) due to missing many events due to wrist injury. With Pebble Beach Pro-Am 2021, Berger won the PGA Tour for the fourth time, including his third championship at the Charles Schwab Challenge in June 2020 – the first event scheduled to rematch after three months of Covid-19 break. He expects from the top 15 to come close to the top 10 OWGR in the February 15 update.

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