Daniel Berger, the Other Seminole, Wins PGA Tour Return
Monday, June 15, 2020

    A Seminole took care of business in the return of PGA Tour golf - and, surprisingly,  it wasn't Brooks Koepka.

    Unheralded Daniel Berger made the Charles Schwab Challenge his third tour victory, defeating Collin Morikawa on the first extra hole at the revered Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas. The two had deadlocked at 15 under par 265 over the par-70 course made famous by Ben Hogan. Playing hole No. 7, Berger made a par 4, while Morikawamissed a short putt and took a bogey 5. 

    There was a logjam in a third-place deadlock at 14 under, which included Jason Kokrak, a muscled-up Bryson DeChambeau, Justin Rose and Xander Schauffele. While his FSU teammate raised the winner's trophy, Koepka finished in a tie for 32nd at 6 under. Gator Billy Horschel celebrated his return tied for 38th at 5 under and Brian Gay missed the cut at 1 over. Trilogy architedct Tom Lehman missed the cut at 1 under. 

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