Watch: Putt of his life gives Daniel Berger the closing eagle, Pebble Beach title

When Daniel Berger stood at 18th tee box Sunday at Pebble Beach, up in front of Maverick McNealy, the club was twisted after hitting 3-iron from 230 yards out to 22 feet. McNealy would later double-putt for the birdie to tie Berger on top of the leaderboard at 16 under.

The stage was then set for Berger.

From 250 yards out, Berger stepped on a 3-pointer that found the putting surface. Moments later, his 30-foot eagle found the bottom of the cup.

“It was the best putt I’ve ever hit in my life,” said Berger, who closed 7-under 65 to win by two shots. His last round included only one bogey, four birdies and two eagles. He also spliced ​​the par-5 hole, his fourth eagle of the week.

McNealy’s reaction was also quite invaluable:

Berger, who started last year, ranked outside the top 100 in the world rankings thanks to a wrist injury, came in this week as No. 15. He won last summer in the PGA Tour’s return to golf in the Colonial and had added three top-3s since . Now, after Sunday’s victory at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, Berger owns four career Tour titles and is ready to flirt with the top 10 in the world. He had reached No. 13 earlier this season.

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