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  • Writer's pictureHugo Traverso

Golf comes back

Golf came back last weekend with the Charles Schwab Challenge at Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas. After the opening day, Justin Rose and Harold Varner III led the field with a score of 7 under par. On the second day, Harold Varner pulled away leading by one stroke after shooting a 4 under to put him at 11 under overall. Texas native and former Challenge winner Jordan Spieth started to climb up the leaderboard. Brooks Koepka also started to look better. Xander Schauffele hit a 4 under that moved him to 13 under overall, and a one stroke lead heading into the last day. Former US Open champ Garry Woodland started to look good. It was a weird 4th day. Colin Morikawa and Daniel Berger started heating up. Morikawa took the lead finishing 15 under par. Berger hit a 4 under, moving to and finishing 15 under with a share of the lead. They went into a sudden death playoff. On the 17th hole, Berger hit a 4 for a par. Morikawa had a 4-6 foot putt for par. He hit it too fast, and the ball rolled around half of the circumference of the hole, and rolled away. He was robbed! Berger got his 3rd PGA Tour win.

Daniel Berger hoisting the Challenge trophy

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