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PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. — For all of the beautiful views at Pebble Seashore that may be so soothing, Daniel Berger could not escape the stress when he arrived on the remaining gap Sunday within the AT&T Pebble Seashore Professional-Am.
He was tied for the lead, needing a birdie on the par-5 18th to win. Off to his proper was out-of-bounds markers beneath a row of hedges, the place Berger hit his drive on Saturday that led to double bogey. To his left was the Pacific Ocean.
“I used to be going to go down swinging,” he mentioned.
Two of the most effective swings of his profession, a driver into the green and a 3-wood from 250 yards away within the cool air at sea stage, left him 30 ft and two putts away. Berger capped it off with an eagle putt for a 7-under 65 and a two-shot victory over Maverick McNealy.
“To step up there and hit a terrific drive after which the most effective 3-woods I’ve ever hit in my life, after which to make that putt is simply pretty much as good because it will get for me,” Berger mentioned.
He completed at 18-under 270 for his fourth profession victory.
Berger began his remaining spherical with a 4-iron to twenty ft for eagle on the par-5 second gap to catch as much as Jordan Spieth very quickly in any respect. And whereas the solid of contenders saved altering, Berger was by no means out of the combination till he had the ultimate say with one final eagle, his fourth of the week.
He gained for the second time because the PGA Tour Tour returned to golf in June from the COVID-19 pandemic, beginning with a playoff victory at Colonial, the place a half-dozen gamers had an opportunity to win over the ultimate hour.
This wasn’t a lot completely different.
Spieth went from resulting in lagging behind. He began with a two-shot lead and was three photographs behind after six holes, losing the scoring stretch at Pebble Seashore. He completed with two birdies for a 70 and tied for third with Patrick Cantlay (68), who made all his putts at Pebble on Thursday. He had 10 birdies within the opening spherical when he tied the course report with a 62. He made seven birdies and an eagle in two weekend rounds.
Berger noticed a leaderboard leaving the 18th inexperienced and knew he was tied. He simply figured it might be with Nate Lashley, unaware of the unhappy flip of occasions on the sixteenth.
Lashley, taking part in within the remaining group with Spieth, almost holed his wedge on the eleventh for a tap-in birdie that took him to 16 below and main by one shot. He was tied with Berger with three holes to play when Lashley went lengthy on the sixteenth gap. He pitched out to 12 ft, missed the par putt after which missed the subsequent two putts from the 3-foot vary.
That gave him a triple bogey from which he couldn’t restoration. Lashley jammed the underside of his putter into the inexperienced and left with out talking to the media.
McNealy, who performed at Stanford and as soon as lived in a home close to the fifteenth inexperienced at Pebble Seashore, quietly made 5 birdies over his final eight holes.
“I had the adrenaline pumping coming down the stretch there and emotions that I hadn’t actually felt on the golf course in a short while, making an attempt to shut this out and provides myself an opportunity,” McNealy mentioned.
The final one was on 18 when his eagle putt stopped inches from the cup, giving him a 66 and a tie for the lead that did not final lengthy. Berger was within the group behind him, and he performed the outlet to perfection.
“I wished to win the golf match. I did not wish to lose it on the final,” Berger mentioned. “I simply wished to go on the market and attempt to hit the most effective shot that I may and I wasn’t going to be conservative on the 3-wood coming in.”
The eagle putt was quick and broke each methods and Berger solely wished a two-putt birdie with no stress. That it fell for eagle was a bonus he was all too glad to take.
Spieth completed within the high 4 for the second week in a row, a powerful signal that his sport is coming again after a drought that dates to his 2017 British Open victory at Royal Birkdale.
He hit a hybrid from the tough for an excellent take a look at eagle on the second gap and simply missed, after which he caught an ungainly lie in a fairway bunker on No. 3, his shot low and lengthy over the inexperienced, leaving Spieth fearful it was out of play. He made bogey. He made bogey from a bunker on the par-3 fifth, and he needed to play out sideways from a fairway bunker on the par-5 sixth, taking birdie out of the equation.
“Actually it was only a actually poor first six holes. And out right here, that’s the place you possibly can rating,” Spieth mentioned. “I wanted to be a pair below via six, and I used to be 1 over. And actually, that was the distinction.”
A discipline that featured solely three gamers from the highest 20 on the earth acquired one in every of them as a winner — Berger, who was exterior the highest 100 on the earth when golf returned final June as he tried to come back again from wrist accidents.
“I believe immediately actually solidified my place as the most effective golfers out right here and I simply must proceed to do the issues I’ve been doing,” Berger mentioned. “And I really feel like there’s no restrict to what I can accomplish.”
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