For the second straight year, Scottie Scheffler played the U.S. Open over the weekend. But unlike his previous appearance on one of golf’s biggest stages, this time he made the cut.
In fact, the former Highland Park standout was the low amateur at Erin Hills in Wisconsin, finishing 1-under par for the tournament and in a tie for 27th place.
The result continued a sensational spring for Scheffler, who will be a senior at the University of Texas in the fall. He finished third individually at the NCAA championships in May, then a couple of weeks later, he earned a U.S. Open berth via a sectional qualifier in Columbus, Ohio.