Fan yells extremely weird (?) comment to Xander Schauffele at PGA Championship

After Xander Schauffele made his tee shot at Valhalla’s tenth hole, a spectator made an incredibly strange remark.

Xander Schauffele was the target of what some may consider an odd remark from an onlooker during the PGA Championship’s second round.

Naturally, Schauffele completely striped his tee ball down the center of the fairway at Valhalla Golf Club while he was playing the tenth hole.

As soon as Schauffele’s ball left the ground, a fan yelled, “Get inside me!”

This has to be one of the creepiest yells ever, in my opinion.

Schauffele did not respond to the remark because he was in the zone.

Later, on the dogleg right par-5, he made a birdie four.

After 36 holes, he led the field with a 12-under total after recording four birdies in a second round of three-under 68.

“Enter me.”

— Christopher Powers, Ph.D., Twitter May 17, 2024: Mercedes is aiming for his first significant championship triumph.

This year on the PGA Tour, the 30-year-old has once again been a rock of consistency.

He has finished in the top ten eight times overall. But he hasn’t yet managed to pull off the major win.

His closest call was in the 2024 Players at TPC Sawgrass, where he lost to Scottie Scheffler by a narrow margin.

Schauffele will probably need to repel a challenge from the top player in the world if he hopes to win his first major.

When Scheffler was pulled over for a traffic violation just prior to the PGA Championship’s second round, it was the talk of the sports world.

Before he lost his cool, Schauffele told reporters he knew what had happened to Scheffler, and when he saw his mugshot, he later claimed to have believed his arrest was a prank.

“I’m fairly familiar with Scottie,” Schauffele remarked.

We’ve been playing golf together for a while, and I know he’s a good guy with no bad intentions. We also share a physiotherapist. Thus, let’s hope he escapes unharmed.”

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