Bernhard Langer After Picking Up 6th Charles Schwab Cup Title: ‘Probably Be My Last One’

Published 11/15/2021, 1:43 PM EST
Nov 14, 2021; Phoenix, Arizona, USA; Bernhard Langer celebrates after winning the season long Charles Schwab Cup after the final round of the Charles Schwab Cub Championship golf tournament at Phoenix Country Club. Mandatory Credit: Allan Henry-USA TODAY Sports


The German golfer Bernhard Langer recently won his sixth Schwab Cup title. He topped the season-long rankings even after winning one event in the season. Even though he didn’t win the Charles Schwab Cup Championship, he had enough points to secure the season-end title. 

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Notably, Langer has 42 PGA Tour Champions wins so far. The 64-year-old is just three wins away from matching the most wins on the senior tour. However, in the post-round interview, he said this might be his last win. 

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Bernhard Langer says this might be his last one

Bernhard Langer won the Schwab Cup title while Phil Mickelson won the Charles Schwab Cup Championship. However, consistent performances throughout the year made Bernhard the favorite to win the year-end title. Regardless, it was a hard-fought battle as Jim Furyk was whiskers away from winning it. 

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Meanwhile, in the post-round interview, Bernhard Langer said he was almost going to withdraw from the event. “Yeah, it was an emotional rollercoaster, and what a week,” said Langer“Starting off with some back issues for me where I almost withdrew, and then it got a little bit better.”

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Furthermore, he praised Jim Furyk’s performance and said he will definitely have many more chances in the future. But as for him, this might be his last win. “What a great champion and gentlemen Jim Furyk is, and he’ll have many more chances to lift this trophy. I’m overwhelmed. At 64 to win this thing six times, it’ll probably be my last one. I’m almost sure of that, but it’s very, very special.” 

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After battling with pain all week, Bernhard Langer finished the event with a score of -12 at 17th place. Moreover, he had to wait till the final hole of Jim Furyk as an eagle on the 18th would have given him the title. However, Jim missed the eagle, and Bernhard, deservingly well, was handed his sixth Schwab Cup title. 

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Amey Kulkarni

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Amey Kulkarni is a Golf writer at EssentiallySports. He is currently pursuing his Bachelor’s degree in mass media from HR College, Mumbai. Before joining EssentiallySports he used to write articles on Golf and Cricket on his personal blog cricgolf.

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