Scotty Scheffler dominates The Players and snatches the world number one from Rahm


Manage your advantage and win with -17, five ahead of Hatton

Scotty Scheffler, yesterday, on the 18th green of Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.AP Photo

Scotty Scheffler he won The Players Championship and took the world ranking lead from Jon Rahm. There was no history of the fourth day of The Players Championship, and that on the way to the tee of hole 4 the two-stroke advantage of the North American had vanished. Min Woo Lee, The Australian who, thanks to his last name, is the leader of the town, started with a birdie. Scheffler’s bogey at 3 momentarily leveled the contest.

alcohol intake It greatly simplifies the entertainment of the public and a surname like Wo is enough of an incentive for the thousands of spectators to find the absurd pleasure of chanting “Woooo” in unison in a rather tribal guttural phoneme with a booing sound result that delights of the respectable I will never understand the meaning, but already other golf names such as Boo Weekly, or Brandon Wu, among others, carry the ‘sanbenito’ on the American courses, this does not happen in Europe.

With the tournament tied, he silenced Sawgrass’s TPC with Min Woo Lee’s triple bogey on hole 4, it would be the beginning of the end, the beginning of Scheffler’s triumphant walk that managed to manage a comfortable difference of up to six strokes of advantage, before raising his arms on the 18th hole.

The Texan’s biggest threat was the incredible final rush by Englishman Tyrell Hatton, who equaled the record with 29 shots on the second nine holes of the TPC at Sawgrass. However, he did not see the number two in the world calm, despite his advantage and that is that he would still have to face the most epic end of golf; the last three holes of Sawgrass, where especially the 17th, was being primed with the last games. But the North American would only give up one blow at minute 18, he managed the situation perfectly to win with -17, five ahead of Hatton.

An endearing viewer has not missed a single hit from number one throughout the week, it is her grandmother Mary, 88 and a resident of the Jacksonville area. She was the one who most enjoyed her going through the 72 holes of her son helping herself in a walker.

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