Schauffele one clear of Morikawa after second round – US PGA Championship

Xander Schauffele sits top of the leaderboard after an extraordinary Friday at the PGA Championship, where Scottie Scheffler remains in contention despite being arrested ahead of his second round. Schauffele, who matched the lowest round in a men’s major and carded the first 62 in PGA Championship history on the opening day, added a three-under 68 at Valhalla Golf Club to head into the weekend on 12 under and a shot clear of Collin Morikawa.

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Xander Schauffele leads after historic start – US PGA Championship

Xander Schauffele hit a major record-equalling 62 to set the pace in the first round of the US PGA Championship in Kentucky. The American holed nine birdies in a sensational bogey-free round to lead by three at Valhalla. Americans Tony Finau and Sahith Theegala sit in a tie for second on six under, one stroke ahead of Rory McIlroy, Collin Morikawa and Robert MacIntyre, who were among seven players to post five-under-par 66s.

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Sublime Scheffler wins second Masters title

Scottie Scheffler fully justified his status as pre-tournament favourite with a nerveless second Masters title in the space of three years at Augusta National. The world number one carded a closing 68 to finish 11 under par and four shots clear of Sweden’s Ludvig Aberg, with England’s Tommy Fleetwood, two-time major winner Collin Morikawa and Max Homa three strokes further back.

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Scheffler one clear of Morikawa after third round – The Masters

American world number one Scottie Scheffler hung on to the Masters lead on an eventful third day where Tiger Woods shot his worst score at a major. Scheffler, who is the hottest favourite at Augusta since Woods in his 2000s pomp, shot a one-under 71 to move seven under and one clear of Collin Morikawa. Morikawa carded a 69 for six under, with Max Homa (73) next on five under.

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Scheffler ,Homa & DeChambeau share lead after second round – The Masters

American trio Scottie Scheffler, Bryson DeChambeau and Max Homa share the lead while Tiger Woods made a record 24th consecutive halfway cut at the Masters. Homa’s 71 was one of only eight under par rounds on a blustery day two at Augusta as he improved to six under. Round one leader DeChambeau shot a 73, while Scheffler scrambled a 72.

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