Daniel Berger had the perfect response when asked what he looks like with a mask on
If you haven't read Daniel Berger's April 2018 "My Shot", do yourself a favor and do it now (after reading this post). It's a great look at how he thinks about the game and how confident he is on and off the golf course.
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Everyone who has closely followed Berger's career has seen it as he speaks. His most famous (or most notorious, depending on which side you chose) quote came at the 2017 Presidents Cup at Liberty National. On Saturday, the US team took a remarkable lead that was so big that the individual games basically turned into a complete solution the following day. In the late afternoon, Berger dropped the hammer on the international team during a merciless television interview with Sky Sports:
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As you can see, the score at this point was between 13.5 and 2.5. It was like Alabama had a 48-0 lead over Western Carolina and a two-point switch to achieve a balanced 50-0.
But another view was that the man is as competitive, confident, and ruthless as they come. So he answers the question "What do you look like with a mask?" not even a bit shocking:
This was obviously after his playoff win over Collin Morikawa at the Charles Schwab Challenge on Sunday, so Berger felt clear. Still, he's a guy who walks around thinking that he is the best golfer every time he hits it. I can't knock it a bit. I love the Kermit sip tea move here. A look that says: "I heard that everyone rooted for Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy on Sunday. It's a shame if someone spoiled all the fun ..."
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