BREAKING NEWS🚨🚨: PGA officials have dealt a heavy blow to Scottie Scheffler, stripping him of his place in the competition… Uncover the full extent of the consequences below!

Written by scholarvisaship

Our hours before the eventual winner, Bryson DeChambeau, went out for the final round of the US Open, Scottie Scheffler stood on the first green of a
Pinehurst No 2 course that had scrambled his confidence over three excruciating days, carefully lining up a 20ft chance for birdie.

The world’s No 1 golfer curled a putt with perfect speed and line all the way to the cup, where it defiantly came to rest on the left rim without dropping in. Scheffler stared for a moment in disbelief before stepping forward to tap in for par. It would have been difficult to dream up a better example for how the two-time m

The faint chimes from the nearby Village Chapel that carried across the grounds during Scheffler’s two-over
72 on Sunday morning – that left him eight over for the championship and 14 shots adrift of
DeChambeau’s winning total – might have sounded like a funeral dirge to the Masters champion.

He had arrived here as the largest betting favourite entering a major in 15 years, having won for the fifth time in eight starts the previous Sunday at the Memorial. He had already broken the tour’s single-year earnings record with more than $24m (£18.96M) in prize money – nice work if you can get it – and went off on Thursday as the first player to have won five tournaments in a season before the US Open since Tom Watson in 1980.

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