The Masters – Scheffler’s domination continues


Scheffler took 109 putts over 72 holes to win the Masters

27-year-old Scottie Scheffler, already reigning World No.1, delivered victory at the Masters as expected, with rounds of 66-72-71-68, which game him a four-stroke margin at 11-under 277.
Here are a few notable milestones achieved by Scheffler with this win:
1. Only Scheffler & Tiger Woods have won multiple Masters titles while holding the World No.1 ranking.
2. Only Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods, and Seve Ballesteros have attained two Masters titles at a younger age than Scheffler has at 27.
3. He hit 79% of fairways (44/56), placing him tied for 10th for the week.
4. Hit 70% of greens (46/72), to be at 7th in this category.
5. He used 109 putts, per round, close to 27 putts per day.
6. He averaged 305.7 yards with his drives

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Scheffler had struggled with his putting throughout much of 2023 and early 2024. But in the past 35 days has won three tournaments – the Arnold Palmer Invitational , THE PLAYERS Championship, and now The Masters. A change in his putting working with the Taylormade Spider Tour X putter and putting coach Phil Kenyon, widely regarded as the world’s top putting coach turned Scheffler’s putting woes aside. 

Before these three wins, Scheffler was already the No 1 ranked player in the world – now he has simply become untouchable. 


Photo – CBS Sports

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