Daniel Berger wins PGA Tour restart amid heartbreaking lip-outs

A couple of heartbreaking, lip-out putts tainted an incredibly close finish at the Charles Schwab Challenge.

In the end, it was Daniel Berger who claimed victory at the PGA Tour’s restart at the Charles Schwab Challenge. But it was a couple of heartbreaking, short missed putts that dominated the “highlights” over the closing holes.

We’ve added the short PGA Tour video package of the final round below… but firstly, check out Xander Schauffele’s horseshoe lip-out at the 17th hole. Schauffelle would bogey the hole and miss the playoff by one.


Two-time winner Daniel Berger and Collin Morikawa – who has now made 21 consecutive cuts since joining the tour – finished the four rounds tied with a score of 15-under par.

Both players needed short putts to save par on the first playoff hole, the par-17th hole. Berger dropped his putt in and then Morikawa needed this to keep the tournament alive. Warning, it’s tough to watch.


Check out the highlights from the final round below:

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