Golf: Scottie Scheffler celebrated with his newborn son: “Feels very good”

– It feels very good. He (the son) looks a little tanned, but that’s okay, Scheffler told CBS according to NTB.

For Scheffler, it has been a special recent time. In May, he was first accused of being careless in traffic and later of aggravated violence against an official, minor damage and for not having followed the police’s instructions.

This was before the second round of the PGA Championship in Louisville, Kentucky.

Later it was announced that the formal criminal charges were withdrawn and that he would not be prosecuted – after which he was able to continue playing as usual.

Six strokes behind Scheffler in the competition in Ohio came Swedish Ludvig Åberg, who, like the American, went the final round of 74 strokes, two over par, which was enough for a shared fifth place on the difficult course.

Alexander Björk pauses his career

Ludvig Åberg has suffered a meniscus problem during the spring and missed the “cut” in the PGA Championships, which was his previous competition. After that, the 24-year-old shooting star had two competition-free weeks.

That Åberg was in the lead in Ohio bodes well for the US Open, the third major of the year, which starts on Thursday.

Alexander Björk chooses to pause his career. He tells Smålandsposten that.

To the newspaper he says:

– I’ve been a professional for 15 years and I’m tired of the same type of week all the time – travel, practice, golf. I have no motivation at the moment, unfortunately.