30 Jun '16, 4pm

Berger hits his opening tee shot, WDs and collects a cool $50k:

AKRON, Ohio – Daniel Berger withdrew from the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational after only one swing, citing a shoulder injury. Berger hit his opening tee shot at Firestone Country Club Thursday but pulled out before hitting his approach. Per a PGA Tour media official, Berger originally injured his shoulder during practice last week. He finished T-37 at the U.S. Open two weeks ago in his most recent start. Despite the early exit, Berger will still receive $50,500 in unofficial money – the equivalent of last-place earnings during this week’s 61-person, no-cut event. He will not receive any FedEx Cup points. WGC-Bridgestone Invitational: Articles, photos and videos This marks the second time this year that injury has led Berger to withdraw from a WGC event. He also pulled out of the WGC-Dell Match Play during group play after hitting his hand on a rock during a swing. Berger, ran...

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