Scottie Scheffler continues to fly and wins RBC

With a day's delay on the regular schedule, the most anticipated of the two weekly PGA Tour appointments has just concluded

by Andrea Gussoni
Scottie Scheffler continues to fly and wins RBC
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With a day's delay on the regular schedule, the most anticipated of the two weekly PGA Tour appointments has just concluded. The RBC Heritage, boasting a prize purse of $20 million, saw Scottie Scheffler comfortably manage the substantial lead he had built up before Sunday's suspension.

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The thirty-seven-year-old from Ridgewood finished with a total score of -19 (265 strokes), merely securing two pars and a bogey in the remaining three holes to be completed today. For the freshly crowned Masters champion, the victory came with a three-stroke lead over compatriot Sahith Theegala and four strokes over the American duo of Patrick Cantlay and Wyndham Clark, who secured the podium with a score of -15.

At -14 and in fifth place, we find Americans J.T. Poston, Justin Thomas, and Patrick Rodgers, along with Austrian Sepp Straka, the leading European. On the par-71 layout of the Harbour Town Golf Links in Hilton Head Island, California, United States, in ninth place with a score of -13, we find American Collin Morikawa, followed closely by Chris Kirk and Swedish player Ludvig Aberg, just a stroke behind.

It's worth noting Brian Harman's excellent final round of -7, allowing him to climb 33 positions to 12th place with a total score of -11. For Scheffler, the victory at Hilton Head Island marks his thirteenth triumph in his dazzling professional career and the fourth of 2024, achieved in just a few weeks starting from March after the Arnold Palmer Invitational, The Players Championship, and the Augusta Masters.

Next up on the PGA Tour calendar is the Zurich Classic of New Orleans this coming weekend. Therefore, we look forward to Thursday with great anticipation for more top-tier international golf. As a young man in golf after his introduction to Dallas, Scott Scheffler is quickly at his best for his golf performances and in the form of Randy Smith, Justin Leonard's coach.

The report of nombreux junior tours dont the Junior Championnat of the États-Unis amateur in 2013. Toujours amateur at the university, the continue sa progression, report between the Walker Cup in 2017 and dispute the American Open in 2016 and 2017.

The devient professionnel in 2018 and join the Korn Ferry Tour circuit, secondary American circuit of the PGA Tour. He brings two victories and is designated « Year's Player » in 2019 who guarantees integration into the PGA Tour starting in 2020.

He will be the first season on the PGA Tour is closed for the reward of « Best debutant » on the PGA circuit. The accumulation of nine places of honor from six first season seasons will now be established starting in 2022 as the patron of the circuit.

The report of four tours of the PGA in 2022 is not the first major tour title with the Masters against Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy and a world number one, which can be confirmed in 2023 and 2024 with five other victories in the Players Championship in two reprises.

This is the "June of the Year" designation of the PGA in 2022 and 2023, equally relevant to the classification of earnings and remains a global number of 82 weeks in total where Rory McIlroy and Spain's Jon Rahm were interrupted for the period.

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