Sports Minute: Column: Scheffler a rookie on the rise who's in no hurry
By DOUG FERGUSON
AP Golf Writer
Golfer Scottie Scheffler seems to be going places in a hurry without ever looking into the future. That future includes a spot in the Masters, even if he has to wait seven months. The 23-year-old Scheffler is a rare breed for a couple of reasons. Even as a top amateur, he stayed all four years at Texas and earned a business degree. And as a PGA Tour rookie, he managed to qualify for the Masters despite not yet winning a tournament. Scheffler attributes his great start to not setting goals and worrying only about what's in front of him.
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