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Scottie Scheffler gave the most Scottie Scheffler answer ever when asked how he would celebrate his latest PGA Tour win

April 22, 2024
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Scottie Scheffler continued his machine-like dominance of the PGA Tour on Monday, finishing off a rain-delayed final round to win the RBC Heritage by three shots. He then shared his victory celebration plans, which were, predictably, just as machine-like.

Scheffler's win was his fourth in his past five starts, including a second major championship at the Masters. That runs his career total to 10 PGA Tour titles, but even with no plans to play until next month's PGA Championship, the 27-year-old wasn't about to live it up. Check out this exchange in his post-round interview:

Q. How are you going to celebrate this one?

SCOTTIE SCHEFFLER: I'm going to get a breakfast burrito, some coffee, and I'm going to go home.

OK then. Not that we blame him.

Scheffler says he celebrated the Masters win for a couple days at home—including stopping at a Dallas dive bar—before heading to Hilton Head on Wednesday. Heck, that's probably the only reason he didn't have a better first round and win the event by more than three shots.

And we know from this adorable joint-birthday celebration with Tom Kim last year that Scheffler isn't the craziest partier.

But he and his wife, Meredith, also have that first baby coming any day. So he could use all the rest he can get—as this funny tweet from Outkick's Mark Harris pointed out.

So enjoy that breakfast burrito, Scottie. And enjoy taking it easy. Oh, and get used to needing some coffee.