July 18, 2021
Sandwich, Kent, England, UK
Q. How would you reflect on your performance today?
DANIEL BERGER: Yeah, I started off a little shaky, but played well on the back nine. Made some key up and downs toward the last couple holes, and then tough way to finish with the bogey on the last, but it was a good week overall.
Q. And another Top 10 finish in a major. How satisfied are you with that?
DANIEL BERGER: Yeah, you know, I think I'm figuring it out. Haven't been that great early on in my career and playing great in major championships, but I found a little something that I think works for me in these big events, and just looking to kind of continue that success into the FedExCup Playoffs.
Q. You made a really good charge up the back nine. All week your driving and your iron play was improving, and I think you were probably the best with fairways found today and greens if regulation. Were you working all week to improve that, or was it just the rhythm or the course was suiting you more?
DANIEL BERGER: Yeah, I think listen, the key in these big tournaments and tough golf courses, fairways and greens and trying to stay away from the big number, which I've done well in the last couple majors. If I hole a few more putts early in the week, then I think I would be closer to the lead having a chance to win.
But I'm just going in the right direction in these big events, and I think that's really important.
Q. And looking forward to the future, what kind of encouragement does it bring you to get another top 10 in a major heading towards the FedExCup?
DANIEL BERGER: Yeah, it's nice. I feel like when you don't have your A game and still can go out will and play well -- and I by no means played amazing golf this week, which is encouraging to come out here and have a nice finish when you don't feel like you're firing on all cylinders.
A lot of positives going into the playoffs and a WGC at Memphis, which I've had a lot of success at.
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