Scheffler cried, and Shopley’s first two men failed

In the fourth round of the 106th PGA Championship (total prize money of 18.5 million dollars) at this year’s second major tournament, Valhalla Golf Club (par 71, 7,609 yards) in Louisville, Kentucky, the U.S. on the 19th (local time), he shot 6 under par, jumping 16 spots to tie for 8th place (13-under 271). Although he failed to achieve his fifth win in this season, he made his 10th Top 10.

Scheffler had a rough week. He was arrested and released by police ahead of the second round of the championship. An accident occurred near the driveway of the Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, Kentucky, the venue of the PGA Championship. He was stopped by a police officer while driving without following instructions from a police officer who was handling a car accident near the entrance of the golf course.

At that time, a person who was crossing without permission was hit and killed by a passing car near the entrance of the golf course, which was very crowded. The police officer got hurt while stopping Scheffler’s car. The police pulled him out of the car, handcuffed him, and taken him into custody. The police booked Scheffler on charges of reckless driving, ignoring police signals, and assaulting the police officer. He was released only after taking a mugshot that showed his face to identify the culprit. He was released after being questioned by the police, and tied for fourth place with a five-shot reduction in the number of strokes in the second round.

However, Scheffler suffered another setback in the third round. Ted Scott, Scheffler’s caddie, requested a day off to attend his daughter’s high school graduation. Brad Payne, Scheffler’s friend and a traveling pastor on the PGA Tour, picked up a caddie bag, but the result was not good. He lost two pars with five birdies, five bogeys, and one double bogey, and tied for 24th. Fortunately, he ranked in the top 10 by showing off his strongest performance on the final day, but he will be tried soon.

World No. 3 Xander Schauffley of the U.S. shot a 6-under par to win the title by one stroke (21-under 263). The prize money is 3.33 million U.S. dollars. This is his eighth win in his career as he won his first major championship. He maintained his lead for four days in “Wire-to-Wire” title. Notably, he made a birdie at the last 18th hole (par 5), which added to his joy. Bryson DeChambeau of the U.S., a member of LIV Golf, tried to come from behind with 7-under par, but was satisfied with the runner-up (20-under 264).

Victor Hovlan of Norway ranked third (18-under 266), Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland tied for 12th (12-under 272), and defending champion Brooks Koepka of the U.S. tied for 26th (11-under 273). Kim Joo-hyung of South Korea tied for 26th (9-under 275) to submit the best report card. Ahn Byung-hoon tied for 43rd (6-under 278) and Kim Sung-hyun tied for 63rd (3-under 281).

BY: 사설토토

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