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Matt Fitzpatrick hilariously sums up how the rest of the PGA Tour feels playing against Scottie Scheffler

June 24, 2024

Keyur Khamar

Scottie Scheffler continued his historic run on Sunday at the Travelers Championship by becoming the first player since Arnold Palmer in 1962 to win six times in a PGA Tour season before July. That's right, not even Tiger Woods ever did what Scheffler has done this year.

But his dominance has been felt even more in the PGA Tour's signature events. Put together by the tour to ensure its best players compete against each other more often, they've become a showcase for the World No. 1—not to mention an amazing way for him to pad his bank account.

Here's a look at just how good Scheffler has been in these events since March—when he switched to a mallet putter.

Just insane stuff. And that doesn't even include Scheffler's Masters victory!

But while it's been amazing to watch for fans—not necessarily for fans betting on golf, though!—you know the rest of the tour has to be getting a bit sick of seeing Scheffler hoist trophies. And Matt Fitzpatrick seemed to perfectly—and hilariously—sum up how the rest of the tour is feeling these days.

Well said, Matt. Although, of course, we could point out that Scheffler only took home $3.6 million of that $20 million purse so there's still plently of cash to play for.

In any event, it's Scottie Scheffler's PGA Tour right now. And everyone else—even fellow major champs–are just living on it.