Scheffler (63) completing year solid by dodging ‘immaculate golf’
ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. – Scottie Scheffler contributed to birdie on his last opening Saturday at the RSM Classic to put the completing addresses a third-round 63 that vaulted him from a tie for 34th after two rounds and into the top 10.
In spite of the fact that the PGA Tour new kid on the block will probably require a rainstorm of help from leader Brendon Todd if he will get an opportunity to win Sunday, he is poised to finish off what has been a reading material year.
Scheffler handed ace over 2018 and took a way to the PGA Tour by means of the Korn Ferry Tour with two triumphs on the auxiliary circuit. He’s been nearly as productive this fall on Tour with top-10 completes at the season-opening Military Tribute at The Greenbrier (T-7) and the Bermuda Championship (T-7) and he hasn’t missed a cut in seven beginnings.
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“It’s much simpler playing when you realize you have a lot of occasions to play. It’s diverse when you come in like the previous summer when I realize I was simply getting a couple of starts. It was somewhat more included weight and I put a lot of weight on myself,” he said. “I was attempting to play impeccable golf and that truly doesn’t turn over here.”
He probably won’t have played flawless golf this year, yet it has fit consummately into the advanced way to the PGA Tour.
“It was what I was seeking after, without a doubt,” Scheffler said. “The main thing I would have changed is getting out [on Tour] somewhat speedier. I was content with the manner in which I played on the Korn Ferry Tour.”