Daniel Berger retains Memphis title in Tennesse (latest golf news)

Daniel Berger retains Memphis title in Tennesse on Sunday

Daniel Berger was successfully able to retain his Memphis title as he won the FedEx St Jude Classic title in Tennesse. The 24-year-old now becomes the fourth golfer to do so, following the footsteps of David Toms, Dave Hill and Lee Trevino. Last year, Daniel claimed his maiden PGA Tour title at the tournament and was quite good to repeat the same this year. Rafael Cabrera-Bello was the joint overnight leader with Berger, and it was until the final round that Daniel had to wait to celebrate his second PGA Tour victory. Cabrera-Bello finished two shots behind Daniel as did Americans Billy Horschel, Braden Thornberry, Chez Reavie and Kevin Chappell. Stewart Cink was close to his first PGA Tour title since 2009 but lost track as he faced trouble on the back nine. McGregor v Mayweather odds and bets by SBAT.


Rory McIlroy to play in the Scottish Open

After having missed the sport for several weeks of the year with a troubling rib injury, Rory has made his fans happy after confirming that he will be participating at Dundonald Links near Troon before he heads to Royal Birkdale. One week prior to that, the World No. 2 will be both hosting and defending his title at the Dubai Duty-Free Irish Open at Portstewart. His further participation in other tournaments will depend on the results from these tournaments, but for the moment he is only focused on the US Open as he hopes to win it for the second time. Rory is aware that the key to his success has been fast starts and has stressed upon recently how a fast start is essential for him to get going positively. He has put efforts to be both mentally and physically prepared and only time shall say how effective Rory will be in this US Open.


Dustin Johnson hoping to once again shine at the US Open

The US Open is one of the toughest tests in golf as the world’s finest golfers prepare to go and win the title this year. American champion Dustin Johnson will be defending his title this year as he returns to the sport after injuring his back after slipping on steps in April as he missed out the Masters. But he is back with a significant amount of fitness and looks to become the first player to win back to back US Opens following the steps of Curtis Strange who did it in 1988 and 1989. Johnson was blessed with the birth of a baby boy this week as he is on his way back to the game he enjoys. He is joined in the group by former US Open winners Jordan Spieth and Martin Kaymer as they prepare for the opening round on Thursday.