Social media reacts to Daniel Berger's "OBNOXIOUS" putting routine

Daniel Berger may have won on Sunday, but it's safe to say golf fans can't stand his putting routine!

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Mon, 15 Feb 2021
Social media reacts to Daniel Berger's "OBNOXIOUS" putting routine

Daniel Berger produced the lowest round of the day on Sunday to come out on top at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro Am, but his putting routine has been described as "obnoxious" and "nauseating" by golf fans.

It was an emphatic performance from Berger as he shot 7-under par during the final round at Pebble Beach to claim his fourth PGA Tour title, but his putting routine caused hundreds of golf fans to take to social media to complain about the American.

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It seems to be a relatively new routine from Berger, as I personally have never seen him do it during his three previous PGA Tour wins, but it's safe to say golf fans were not pleased with the 27-year-old on the greens.

Berger and his caddie would assess the line of the putt, before Berger then stood over his ball with the marker still down whilst his caddie took a look at his line, pick a spot to aim at and then crouch down again to realign the ball so it was lined up perfectly with where he was aiming.

Granted, once Berger had his spot he wasn't taking too long at all to make the putt, but the routine was certainly questionable and was not going down well at all on social media.

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If you were someone who was watching his routine and taking offence, unfortunately I can't see it going anywhere due to Berger finding so much success with it at Pebble Beach.

Take a look at some of the reaction on social media in the tweets below.

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