Scottie Scheffler vows to move quickly pass USOpen struggle

Scottie Scheffler ended the week on eight over at the US Open
World No 1 Scottie Scheffler has vowed not overreact after registering his worst finish of the season at the 124th US Open.

The two-time Masters champion headed into the third major of the year as the pre-tournament favourite, having won the Memorial Tournament on Sunday to register a fifth PGA Tour win in eight starts, only to fail to challenge for a second major victory of the season.

Scheffler only made the halfway cut on the mark of five over and registered just four birdies during a frustrating the week, ending on eight over to post his poorest result since a tied-45th finish at the CJ Cup in October 2022.

Scottie Scheffler showed his anger on the 15th green during his second after missing a putt, throwing his putter on his way to making bogey.
“It was a long week. Obviously didn’t play my best,” Scheffler said. “I couldn’t hole anything. I could not see the break on these greens. The greens this week kind of had my number. I felt like I hit a lot of really good putts that did weird things at the cup that I was not expecting them to do.

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