Daniel Berger repeats as FedEx St. Jude Classic champion

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Overnight tri-leader and past champ Ben Crane struggled to a 3-over-par 36-37=73 in the final round of the FedEx St. Jude Classic, dropping nine spots into an eight-way T10 on 6-under 274, four short of champion Daniel Berger, who shot 66.

Berger successfully defended his title after firing a bogey-free four-under 66 in Memphis, Tennessee on Sunday.

And from that point on, Berger put together a stellar day on a firm, fast, challenging course at TPC Southwind, shooting a 4-under 66 to erase a three-shot deficit and beat South African Charl Schwartzel and South Korean Whee Kim by one stroke.

Brandt Jobe won the Principal Charity Classic on Sunday by one shot, finishing at 14-under 202 for his first victory in 19 years. He'd missed nine cuts and withdrawn from another.

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However, the 2015 PGA Tour Rookie of the Year nearly played himself out of contention on the first hole of the day. "I won't win the golf tournament if I do that", he said. Following a win at the St. Jude Classic yet again, the Plantation, Fla., native is planning to use this victory as more of a relaxer than anything. Scott McCarron tied for second with Kevin Sutherland, who holed out for eagle on No. 18.

European: Dylan Frittelli shot a 5-under-par 67 to win the Lyoness Open for his first European Tour title.

Former world number one Adam Scott (68) was a shot further back after birdieing three of his last five holes.

Phil Mickelson made a dramatic charge and grabbed a share of the lead following his fifth birdie of the day at No. 10, but he doused his momentum and his chances with a triple bogey at the par-4 12th.

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"I'm playing good. I'm confident on the greens".

"I'll take a tap-in (birdie) any day on that hole", said the 2013 Masters champion.

Suzann Pettersen of Norway had a 71 to move to 9 under while fellow first-round co-leader Mi Hyang Lee of South Korea remained at 8 under with a 72.

Frittelli, of South Africa, finished 12 under.

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