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Advice for golf champ Scottie Scheffler from this father of five as he joins the dad club

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By most accounts, I’m a decent guy. I mostly made my kids’ music recitals (recorders don’t count), take out the trash without being asked, and never intentionally taped over my wedding video. For myself and other imperfect men like me, I have one request of first-time father Scottie Scheffler: Slow your roll.

I speak not of your putting stroke, which is as smooth as Sinatra’s voice after a second Rusty Nail, but of your performance generally as a professional, a husband, a man of faith and – as will surely be the case – a new father. You’re making the rest of us look bad. Really bad. 

Lawyering is a grind, but nothing like your line of work. On the insanely competitive PGA Tour, you’re the Ricky Bobby – "if you’re not first, you’re last" – of pros. With a world No.1 ranking and two coveted Masters Trophies festooning your mantel, you’re a stone-cold winning machine.


Earlier this year, you won four of five successive tournaments, a feat last accomplished by Tiger Woods in 2007-2008. Heading into the PGA Championship at Valhalla Golf Club this week, you have a legitimate chance to complete professional golf’s Grand Slam and win all four majors in one year. This standard of excellence has not been my experience.  

April 14, 2024; Augusta, Georgia, USA; Scottie Scheffler speaks at the green jacket ceremony after winning the Masters Tournament. (Adam Cairns-USA TODAY Network)

I’ve been feted in no "40-under-40" or, more recently, "50-under-50" glossy lawyer lists, although due to good health and poor financial planning, I just might be around to make an