American Scottie Scheffler, the current world No.1 and FedEx Cup points leader, capped a magical run of form by winning the Masters Tournament, the first Major victory of his career. It was a remarkable fourth PGA Tour title within a span of just 57 days, marking the shortest stretch from a first-to-fourth victory in PGA Tour history.
Only four times since 2002 has a player won the Masters while ranking outside the top seven in greens in regulation, and Scheffler continued that trend, ranking T-5 while hitting 68.06 percent of his greens.
The five-time PGA Tour winner was hanging around the top 10 late in his third round when he found the green with his tee shot on the par-3 16th. From there, things got ugly. Let’s just say he didn’t use his patented walk-in move.