But during Thursday’s disappointing starting round at the 104th PGA Championship at the Southern Hills Country Club, Scheffler’s emotions spilled over as the round came to an end.

On the last hole, with two consecutive scarecrows behind him, a 25-year-old boy cut his drive, which looked dangerously close to the water to the right of the fairway.

When he approached the ball, he saw that he had actually gone into the water, and as a result Scheffler was forced to score a penalty.

After seeing where his ball was, TV cameras recorded that Scheffler – usually so collected – repeatedly kills his driver in a bag.

Notably, he was able to strike his third shot with an accuracy of 15 feet from the pin and sink the resulting shot to keep his balance and show everyone why he is number 1 in the golf world.

He finished the day with a score of one over 71, trailing leader Rory McIlroy by six shots.

Scheffler aspires to become only the seventh man in the modern era to win the first two major seasons after Craig Wood, Ben Hogan, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods and Jordan Spit.

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