World No. 1 in golf Scheffler ‘5 under’ after police arrested and released

Scheffler made six birdies and blocked one bogey in the second round of the 106th PGA Championship at Valhalla Golf Club (par 71) in Louisville, Kentucky, on the 18th (Korea time) and shot a 5-under 66.

Scheffler, who tied for 12th with 4 under par in the first round the previous day, recorded an interim total of 9 under par 133.

While some players were suspended from sunset without completing the second round, Scheffler tied for fourth place, three strokes behind Xander Shopley (U.S., 12-under 130 strokes), who kept the lead alone.
Scheffler was arrested by police on his way to the Valhalla Golf Club for the game, after which he returned to the golf course to concentrate and establish himself at the top.

A man was hit by a shuttle bus and killed on a road near a golf course at 5 a.m. local time on Thursday, ahead of the second round of the PGA Championship. The PGA said the dead man was an employee of a tournament supplier.

The accident delayed the start of the second round of the PGA Championship by an hour and 20 minutes.

Scheffler was arrested by police as he headed to the golf course for a game.

After the accident, he drove the car without following the instructions of the police officer who was recovering from the crowded road, and was eventually restrained by the police officer and taken into handcuffs.

A police officer was reportedly injured while stopping Scheffler’s car.

The police charged Scheffler with reckless driving, neglect of a police officer’s incoming call, and assaulting a police officer.

Scheffler even took a mug shot of the face to identify the culprit.

Scheffler, who was arrested at 6 a.m. local time, returned to the golf course at 10:08 a.m., the start of the second round, and birdied his first hole, the 10th hole (par 5).

He only wrote down bogeys on the 11th hole (par 3) and added five birdies afterwards, showing an unwavering performance.토토사이트

Fans shouting “Free Scottie” or cheering in T-shirts printed with Scheffler’s mugshot appeared at the venue to cheer him up.

After the game, Scheffler said, “First of all, I would like to express my condolences to Mills’ family,” adding, “It was a confusing situation, and there was a big misunderstanding. I can’t elaborate, but my situation will be dealt with.”

“I spent time stretching in the detention center. I thought I would have a chance to come out and play, so I sat down and started warming up,” he said. “I tried to start a routine and lower my heart rate as much as possible, but I still feel like my head is spinning. I was lucky to be able to come back and play.”

Scheffler added, “I was shaking with shock and fear. It was definitely difficult to come here and play, but I did my best to control my mind and control my breathing.”

Scheffler is aiming for his second consecutive victory in major tournaments and his fifth win in the season following last month’s Masters.

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