Daniel Berger made history after winning the 2020 Charles Schwab Challenge – the first tournament after the long break due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Berger posted final round 66 to finish the tournament at 15 under par. This score was matched by Collin Morikawa. Morikawa needed 67 strokes on the course on Sunday to complete his round. The winner in the tournament was decided on the first extra hole which Berger won with par.
Charles Schwab Challenge 2020 final round:
This is Daniel Berger’s third PGA Tour title and his first since 2017. His last triumph on tour came in June 2017 at the FedEx St. Jude Classic. Thanks to his win Daniel Berger jumped with more than 70 spots in the Official World Golf Ranking and from Monday he is ranked 31st.
Collin Morikawa finished just short, but he can be happy with his performance. The American moves to 27th in the world as a result of his solo second finish.
Xander Schauffele was in the mix till the 17th hole on Sunday before to miss this short putt for par. Schauffele finished tied for third at 14 under par.