For all the stunning views at Pebble Beach that can be so soothing, Daniel Berger couldn’t escape the tension when he arrived at the final hole on Sunday in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.

He was tied for the lead, needing a birdie on the par-5 18th to win. Off to his right were out-of-bounds markers below a row of hedges, where Berger hit his drive on Saturday that led to double bogey. To his left was the Pacific Ocean.

Two of the best swings of his career — a driver into the fairway and a 3-wood from 250 yards away in the cool air at sea level — left him 30 feet and two putts away. Berger capped it off with an eagle putt for a 7-under 65 and a 2-shot victory over Maverick McNealy.

“To step up there and hit a great drive and then one of the best 3-woods I’ve ever hit in my life, and then to make that putt, is just as good as it gets for me,” Berger said.

He finished at 18-under 270 for his fourth career victory.

Berger started his final round with a 4-iron to 20 feet for eagle on the par-5 second hole to catch up to Jordan Spieth in no time at all. And while the cast of contenders kept changing, Berger was never out of the mix until he had the final say with one last eagle, his fourth of the week.

He won for the second time since the PGA Tour returned to golf in June from its COVID-19 pause, starting with a playoff victory at Colonial, where a half-dozen players had a chance to win over the final hour