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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Daniel Berger
It's only been days since the last major, but this week's field in Hartford is still stacked. In addition to Jason Day, find out who else makes the cut for this week's picks to click on DraftKings.
When it comes to major championships these days, it's Brooks Koepka's world, and we're all just living in it. Len Hochberg ranks the field for the upcoming U.S. Open, and there's no surprise at the very top.
Dustin Johnson tops the pricing list for a reason, and Bryce Danielson explains why you should not be shy about taking him in this week's contests on Yahoo.
Len Hochberg ranks the field for the season's second major as Brooks Koepka looks to defend his title at Bethpage Black.
By winning Sunday's Valero Texas Open, Corey Conners moves to 84th in the world and is now qualified for both the Masters and May's PGA Championship.
Past Fantasy Outlooks
Three years into his career on the PGA Tour and it's pretty clear that Berger is the real deal. Berger wasted no time getting accustomed to the PGA Tour three seasons ago, as he earned more than $3 million in his rookie season. Many golfers in that position regress after a rookie season like that, but Berger actually improved. He proved that his first two seasons were no fluke last season as he posted his best season to date. Berger picked-up one win and was so close to another as he lost in a playoff to Jordan Spieth on his now famous bunker hole-out. Berger appears to be a guy that's going to continue to make strides, but the bar is set pretty high this year. That said, I think he makes a slight improvement, but not big enough to warrant a salary cap selection this season.
Berger was one of the fine rookie crop from 2014 that also played well during his second season on the PGA Tour. Berger traded two runner-ups in his rookie season for a win last year at the FedEx St. Jude Classic. Perhaps the most impressive accomplishment from season one to season two was his cuts percentage. In rookie season, Berger hovered in the 55% range. Last season, he upped that to nearly 90%. Berger is certainly trending upward, which makes him in interesting salary cap option this year. In draft leagues, Berger should go in the third round.
Berger didn’t get in the winner’s circle during the 2014 Web.com Tour season but certainly came close, ending the year with a second and two thirds. The two thirds came in a three-week span, impressive stuff considering a MC was the middle result. Berger’s Web.com Tour Finals was a bit spotty, as he only played three of the four events, going T19-MC-65. As a result, his Reshuffle List position is hurt, as he’ll start the 2014-2015 PGA Tour season mid-pack, in 25th. The eighth longest hitter on tour who ranked 16th in greens in regulation this past season, Berger will need to make the rookie adjustment to the PGA Tour, get enough starts, and play well in those starts to have a successful season. It’s a lot to ask, but is doable if he plays well enough.
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T15 in Minnesota
Berger fired a four-under 67 on Sunday at the 3M Open to finish 14-under and tied for 15th.
Struggles on greens at Pebble
Berger closed with a one-under 70 in the final round of the U.S. Open to put himself in a share of 49th place.
T35 finish in Canadian Open
Berger closed with an up and down round of one-under 69 on Sunday to finish in a tie for 35th place at the RBC Canadian Open.
Slated to play in Canada