Collin Morikawa missed a three-foot putt to hand victory to Daniel Berger as the first PGA Tour event in three-months ended in a play-off.

An eerie silence followed the miss because of the coronavirus pandemic, as professional golf returned behind closed doors at the Colonial Country Club.

During the week, the atmosphere was described by Justin Rose as “subdued,” and Rory McIlroy as “strange.”
Berger has now gone 28 straight rounds of par or better, a stretch that dates back to October’s Houston Open and marks Tour ‘s longest such active streak. A lot has changed in the game since Berger went back-to – back in Memphis in 2016 and 2017, but the success on Sunday showed he still has plenty of potency as he looks to return to the upper echelon of the league.

There were lots of chuckles early in the week as cameras got their first glimpse of a DeChambeau post-quarantine, who also sent out a … Creative video showing all the work he put into adding muscle in an unexpected hiatus on the Tour. After being listed in the Tour’s media guide at 205, he told reporters he had packed another 20 pounds in three months, putting his weight at around 240 pounds. See leaderboard here

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