Xander Schauele: "I try to work and eat better"

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Xander Schauele: "I try to work and eat better"

Suffering from back Xander Schauffele, decided to withdraw from the Tournament of Champions, in Hawaii, in the middle of his 2nd round. He explained that he probably injured himself during the Hero World Challenge last month.

The current 6th player in the world seemed embarrassed throughout the first leg of his 2nd round, this Friday, but he conceded only one bogey, on the 6th, and saved par on the other eight holes. Before stopping the fees, as a precaution, when leaving the green of 9.

Xander Schauffele, statements

“I try to exercise more, eat better, do everything better. But I guess I should have stayed fat and more mobile, not worked out or tried to do all those healthy things. And I would have been like an early 90s golfer”.

confided disappointed the Californian who had won in 2019 in Kapula. Schauffele therefore left the American archipelago to go and be examined at his home in San Diego. Alexander Victor Schauffele (born October 25, 1993) is an American golfer, active primarily on the PGA and European Tour.

He is the winner of the Olympic gold medal in the individual at the Tokyo 2020 Games. Born in San Diego to a Franco-German father and a Taiwanese mother, he comes from a family of athletes and soccer players: his father Stefan was an aspiring decathlete, while his great-grandparents Richard (also discus thrower, weightlifter and multi-titled javelin thrower) and Johann Hoffmann were decent soccer players success in Europe.

He attended California State University, Long Beach and then San Diego State University, where he successfully practiced the sport of golf. In 2014 he beat compatriot Hossler by winning the California amateur championship at the prestigious La Costa Resort & Spa, before being defeated by the same in the final contest of the Western Amateur a few months later.

His amateur results earned him a place in the Top 10 of the world amateur ranking before he turned pro in 2015. In 2021 he participates in Tokyo 2020 and wins the first American gold medal since the readmission of golf to the Olympics. He wins the Olympic tournament with 266 strokes in 4 days, 18 under par.