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Scottie Scheffler wins Memorial for fifth PGA Tour title of year - ESPN

DUBLIN, Ohio — Scottie Scheffler had more stress than he wanted Sunday at the Memorial and got the victory everyone has come to expect.

On a Muirfield Village course so demanding only six players broke par, Scheffler had his highest final round in nearly two years at 2-over 74, and it was just enough to hold off Collin Morikawa and win for the fifth time this year.

Scheffler, who started the final round four shots ahead, never lost the lead. He never felt safe, either, particularly on a back nine where saving par felt like hard work.

A breakdown of Scottie Scheffler's torrid 2024 by the numbers:
1st: Player with five wins in a season overall since Justin Thomas in 2016-17
1st: Player to win 5 times in 8-start span on PGA Tour since Tiger Woods from 2007-08
1st: Career tour win past month of April; all 10 previous wins came in February, March or April
5: Wins this season, tied for most before end of June in last 60 seasons on tour
6: Career wins as world No. 1, tying Rory McIlroy for 4th-most all-time; joins Tiger Woods (8) as only players in OWGR history to have 5 such wins in single season
11: Straight Top-10 finishes on tour, longest streak since Tiger Woods from 2007-08 (also 11)
74: Highest final-round score by tour winner since Jon Rahm shot 75 in final round of 2020 Memorial
$24.02 million: Prize money this season, passing his own record last season ($21.01M) for most official earnings in single season in tour history
— ESPN Stats & Information

That's what it took on the 18th hole. He was leading Morikawa by one shot and both hit approach shots that bounced hard and high off the green and into the rough. Both chipped to about 5 feet. Scheffler buried his putt to win, and the force of his fist pump to celebrate showed how