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After winning the 2020 Charles Schwab Challenge, Daniel Berger was ranked no.13 in the Official World Golf Ranking. Previously, he won the FedEx St. Jude Classic on PGA Tour in both 2016 and 2017. Berger, an American professional golfer turned pro at age 20.
As an amateur, Berger has won four tournaments including the FCWT National Championship, Florida State Match Play Championship, and Gator Invitational, Seminole Intercollegiate. Similarly, he was among the Top 10 players in the 2016 Masters Tournament.
Daniel Berger Girlfriend
The 27-year-old star golfer is currently enjoying his romantic affair with the gorgeous Tori Slater. Tori who is also known as Victoria is a realtor based in several areas in Florida like Jupiter and Palm Beach Gardens.
It is unknown when and where Daniel first met his future girlfriend. However, it seems the couple began dating in early 2015. On August 23, 2015, Berger wished Tori on her 21st birthday. Likewise, Berger was seen on Tori's social media around May 2015.
As of now, Daniel and Tori haven't tied their wedding knot. They don't share any biological kids, but they have a rescue dog named, Kai. Talking about Tori, she attended the University of Kentucky and later transferred to Florida Atlantic University. Further, she graduated with a degree in marketing and business.
During her free time, Slater enjoys hot yoga, cycling, pilates, and paddleboarding. She and Berger volunteer with the Nicklaus Children's Hospital. Additionally, Tori can be seen accompanying her boyfriend on several golf tournaments.
Daniel Berger Net Worth
The PGA Tour professional golfer, Daniel Berger has a net worth of $12 million. On June 14, 2020, he won the Charles Schwab Challenge beating Collin Morikawa and received $1.375 million.
Daniel has earned $17,852,217 as his total career earnings from 2013-2020. Let's break down Berger's earnings over the past few years. In 2016-2017, he earned $4,287,161, while in 2017-2018, Daniel's income was $1,721,763. Similarly, he earned $4,439,420 in the 2019-2020 season.
Besides the prize money, Berger earns a hefty sum of money from endorsements. He has endorsement deals with some of the top brands such as Adidas, Callaway Golf, Grey Goose Vodka, Rolex, Taylor Made, etc. However, it is not known how much Berger receives from his sponsors.
Talking about lifestyle, Daniel and his wife, Victoria lives a lavish lifestyle. They visit exotic places for vacation. Additionally, Berger owns luxury vehicles including Porsche, BMW, Chevrolet Camara SS, etc.
Has a Sports Family Background
Daniel was born on April 7, 1993, in Plantation, Florida, the U.S. His mother is Nadia Berger, while his father is a former tennis pro, Jay Berger. Further, Daniel has two brothers named, Jonathan and Noah along with a sister named, Alexandra.
Berger's father reached his career-high ranking of World No.7 in April 1990. He also served as the coach and head of men's tennis for the U.S Tennis Association. Daniel's grandmother, Roslyn Swift Berger was an accomplished amateur golfer. She was inducted into the Greater Buffalo, New York Sports Hall of Fame in 2000.
Talking about his education, Daniel graduated from William T. Dwyer High School. He played college golf at Florida State University. As mentioned, he turned professional at age 20.