Daniel Berger’s albatross was an early jolt at Bay Hill
There had never been an albatross made in the Arnold Palmer Invitational — that is, until Saturday.
Daniel Berger, who lost in a playoff for The Honda Classic to Padraig Harrington at the start of the Florida Swing, made a deuce on the seven-shaped par-5 sixth at Bay Hill. Curiously, the sixth is the same hole where John Daly made an PGA Tour record-worst 18 in 1998.
The albatross moved Berger from 1 over on the round to 2 under. He wound up shooting 4-under 68 to get to 7 under for the week and nine shots behind leader Henrik Stenson.
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