People are not happy with Daniel Berger withdrawing from the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational after taking one swing and then collecting his last place check for $50,500.
Berger withdrew from the tournament because of a “shoulder injury” right after hitting his tee shot on the first hole at Firestone Country Club.
I’m really disturbed by the @DanielBerger59 situation. I’m all 4 him WDing if hurt, but not ok w/collecting more than I make in a year 4 it.
— todd (@seemsuncertain) June 30, 2016
Daniel Berger showing up this morning, blasting a tee shot 307 Dead Center then Withdrawing to cash in $50,000. Some injuries are worth it
— Golf Problems (@GolfProblems_) June 30, 2016
— Mark Button (@MarkAButton) June 30, 2016
If I can't get a damn raincheck at my local muni after playing one hole Daniel Berger shouldn't get $50k for hitting a tee shot #jerk
— Adam Fonseca (@GolfUnfiltered) June 30, 2016
Daniel Berger hits a tee shot for 50k
— Jon Sherman (@practicalgolf) June 30, 2016
Daniel Berger doesn't always WD after his 1st shot, but when he does, he hits it 307 down the middle and walks off with $50,500.
— Golf Is Mental (@golfismental) June 30, 2016
— Jimmy F (@TgrGolfTraveler) June 30, 2016
Live look at Daniel Berger pic.twitter.com/J20Elm6DOk
— Two Inches Short (@TwoInchesShort) June 30, 2016
Daniel Berger after he hit his opening tee shot pic.twitter.com/jEzvmG5thU
— Dan Hauser (@DanHauserGolf) June 30, 2016
Though he won’t get any Fedex Cup points, Berger will still receive a check for last-place earnings totaling $50,500.