Scottie Scheffler Hit A One-In-A-Million Golf Shot You Must See

PGA golfer Scottie Scheffler

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Scottie Scheffler is considered by many to be the best player in the world. The former Texas Longhorn has spent much of the past year as the number one player in the world, and won the Masters last year.

And, he’s in serious contention at this week’s PGA Championship at Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester for his second major championship After the first two rounds, Scottie Scheffler led the tournament at -5.

He got off to a bad start on Saturday, though. Scottie Scheffler bogeyed the first two holes in his third round, and then bogeyed the sixth hole to fall to +3 for the day and -2 for the tournament.

He dropped another shot at the 7th hole, but it could’ve been much worse. Take a look at how lucky this shot was to not go in the water.

He still bogeyed the hole, but it could’ve been a really crooked number if not for that stroke of luck.