Scottie Scheffler Made an Awesome Gesture to His Caddie After Winning Second Career Masters


Every captain needs a trusty right-hand man—or when it comes to the Masters, every golfer needs a trusty caddie.

When Scottie Scheffler was crowned the victor of the 88th Masters tournament at Augusta National on Sunday, he rightfully celebrated with his caddie of two years, Ted Scott. 

The 27-year-old Scheffler clinched this year’s Masters four strokes ahead of runner-up Ludvig Aberg and became the fourth-youngest golfer to win the Masters twice. Entering the final round in a three-horse race for the lead, Scheffler pulled away from the other contenders on the second nine to win his second green jacket in the past three years.

As Scheffler, the No. 1 player in the world, continues to forge an inimitable legacy on the greens, he can look forward to making more history with the veteran Scott by his side. After Sunday’s win, Scheffler made sure Scott wasn’t just next to him but ahead of him as the two made their way to Butler Cabin.

In an ultimate class act, Scheffler pushed Scott to the front during their victory walk and had him lead them through the crowds.

This year marks Scott’s fourth Masters title in his caddying career, having previously won with Scheffler in 2022 and with Bubba Watson in 2012 and ‘14. 



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