Social Notebook: Berger up at FedEx; Langer & Ko going for 3s

Daniel Berger remains the leader at the FedEx St. Jude Classic after shooting a 1-under 69 on Saturday. The 23 year-old Berger goes into Sunday’s final round at the TPC Southwind with a 3 shot lead over a trio consisting of D.A. Points, Steve Stricker and Phil Mickelson, who all sit at 7-under.

Meanwhile on the senior circuit, Bernard Langer (-2) will take a 3 shot cushion into the final round of the Constellation Senior Players Championship at Philadelphia Cricket Club in Philadelphia, PA.

Langer, the only player in red, shot a 1-under 69 in round three. He will be paired with Jay Don Black, who is at 1-over par. The 58 year-old Langer is looking to win his third straight Senior Players title.

Finally on the LPGA Tour, the world’s #1 women’s golfer is your 54-hole leader at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship. Lydia Ko shot a 1-under par 70, and is up one stroke on the dangerous duo of Gerina Piller and Brittany Lincicome. On Sunday, Ko will be shooting for her third consecutive major championship.

Now onto Pro Golf Weekly’s Social Roundup…

Quotes from the Leader

“I just have to be myself. I feel like when you’re kind of in this position you can kind of try to do things that normally you wouldn’t do and just got to have fun out there and be myself and see what happens.”
-Daniel Berger (-10) on his 36-hole lead

“Sometimes par is a wonderful score. It’s a real major, it’s like playing the U.S. Open or whatever where par is a good score. So don’t blame guys when they play for the middle of the green here and there because there’s some long holes out there, some tough holes where most of the guys would be extremely happy to be in the middle of the green. That’s what you have to do at times.”
-Bernard Langer (-2) defending the conservative play

“I just said ‘hey, just go out and enjoy it, and don’t worry about what everybody else does. Just focus on the shot you need to hit’. That’s all I can do, just try my best and have fun. I can’t control what somebody else does so it’s important for me to focus on my game.”
-Lydia Ko (-2), leader at the SPMG Women’s LPGA

Shot of the Day

The shot of the day is Josh Teater who holes out an eagle on No. 12 at the Web.com Tour’s Rust-Oleum Championship. Teater is the 36-hole leader at 15-under.

Par of the Day

Danielle Kang found the water on her tee shot at No. 17. But recovered nicely with her 3rd shot. Nice par!

Chip Shot of the Day

Daniel Berger chips it in on No. 17 for back to back birdies. This put Berger at 10-under-par.

Putt of the Day

The aforementioned Jay Don Black, who drained this long birdie putt on 18 to get to sole possession of 2nd place.

Best Worst Shot of the Day

He was ready to throw his club. But instead took a bow. Only in golf!

Just like Bart Bryant drew it up. @seniorplayers

A video posted by PGA TOUR Champions (@pgatourchampions) on

Fashion of the Day

Bernard Langer with his Easter blues. Only in golf!

Photo of the Day

Can I see an id, Mr. Day? Amazing photo.

Quiet Sign of the Day

Ya’ll hush now.

Hush, y’all. Phil Mickelson is on 18 tee.

A photo posted by PGA TOUR (@pgatour) on

Jeff Smith

Jeff is a Producer for Pro Golf Weekly. He is producing a digital documentary on the 2016-17 PGA Tour season.



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