Scottie Scheffler’s grandmother captured in beautiful act amid Players triumph

The Players Championship winner Scottie Scheffler has applauded his grandmother after she was filmed walking every single hole with the new World No.1. Scheffler took his game to the next level good at TPC Sawgrass having finished five shots ahead of Englishman Tyrell Hatton in an astonishing final round.

The American started the day in second, behind Australian Min Woo Lee, but the Aussie capitulated early on. Scheffler then took his game to another level as he hit three-under par 69 and finished -17 under overall in challenging conditions all weekend.

During his victory speech, Scheffler was in tears as he thanked his family for supporting him throughout the journey. And he reserved special praise for his 87-year-old grandmother who had attended The Players Championship to support him.

But not only did she attend, Mary, walked every single hole with him. Footage also captured Mary walking between holes and keeping up with the new World No.1 to support him.

After the final hole, Scheffler’s wife, mother and father all greeted him on the green. Scheffler then walked over and greeted Mary to celebrate.

“Grandma lives about 20 minutes up the road. She turns 88 in about a week-and-a-half,” Scheffler said in his victory speech.”All 72 holes she walked. Even the ones from yesterday. I am so happy to have my family here.”

Sheffler then broke down in tears after acknowledging his family. The golf world was quick to praise the beautiful moment shared between Scheffler his family and his grandmother.


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