10 Things You Didn’t Know About Scottie Scheffler

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Scottie Scheffler

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Scottie Scheffler, the rising star of the PGA Tour, has captured the attention of golf enthusiasts worldwide.

With his remarkable skills and unassuming demeanor, Scheffler has quickly become a fan favorite.

In this article, we delve into ten fascinating facts about the young golfer that may surprise even his most ardent supporters.

2022 Was Scheffler’s Year

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1) 2022 was Scheffler’s year. Starting unranked with no wins, he’d captured four PGA Tour titles by April, including the Masters, and ascended to the top of the world rankings.

Scheffler Is A Massive ‘The Office’ Fan

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2) Off the fairway, Scheffler unwinds with ‘The Office,’ and according to him, Dwight Schrute takes the cake for most entertaining character.

Scheffler Carries A Lucky Charm During Every Round

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3) Scheffler has a quirky tradition – he carries a lucky bicentennial quarter, a relic of American independence in 1776, for every round he plays.

Scheffler Has A Favorite Club In His Bag

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4) Not all clubs are created equal – Scheffler confesses a special fondness for his 60-degree wedge.

Scheffler Is Active In The Fight Against Pediatric Cancer

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5) Beyond the green, Scheffler is dedicated to Triumph Over Kid Cancer, a charity founded by his childhood friend James Ragan in memory of his fight against pediatric cancer.

Scheffler And His Wife Were Highschool Sweethearts

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6) A love that started young – Scheffler and his wife, Meredith, have been together since their high school days.

Scheffler Aced His Start To The PGA Tour

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7) Scheffler’s PGA Tour career got off to a dream start – an ace in his very first event as an amateur!

Scheffler Still Drives A Chevy Suburban With 175,000 Miles On It

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8) World number one golfer, world number one… miles on his car? Scheffler still rocks his college Chevy Suburban, with over 175,000 miles under its belt.

Scheffler Has Shot Golf’s Magic Number

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9) Scheffler etched his name in history at the 2020 Northern Trust, firing a phenomenal 59, one of golf’s rarest feats

Scheffler’s Sister Used To Caddie For Him

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10) Not all heroes wear capes – sometimes they carry your clubs! Scheffler’s sister Callie, a Texas A&M golfer herself, even caddied for him during his U.S. Open runs as an amateur.