Scottie Scheffler live score: Updated leaderboard, results, highlights after arrest at PGA Championship

Scottie Scheffler had an eventful second day at the 2024 PGA Championship. And that’s before his morning tee time.

The world No. 1 golfer was headed to the course early Friday morning. There was a heavy police presence and a major traffic backup, and Scheffler attempted to drive around the traffic to reach the Valhalla Golf Club. Police had been on the scene of a fatality in which a pedestrian had been struck and killed by a bus while attempting to cross the street around 5 a.m. ET.

Scheffler attempted to drive around the police on a median, and after being instructed by police to stop, he reportedly continued to drive toward the entrance. An officer attached himself to Scheffler’s car and Scheffler drove for 10 to 20 yards before Scheffler stopped.

Scheffler reportedly told police he did not know they were officers. Scheffler believed they were just security officers, and attempted to explain the miscommunication, but was placed in handcuffs and taken to jail

Scheffler was booked in jail at 7:28 a.m. ET, according to Louisville Metropolitan Department of Corrections records. The Kentucky Court of Justice listed the charges faced by Scheffler as second degree assault of a police officer, third degree criminal mischief, reckless driving and disregarding signals from officers directing traffic. The assault of a police officer is considered a Class C felony.

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The tee time for Scheffler was moved up to 10:08 a.m. ET. He was released from jail and arrived at the Valhalla Golf Club at 9:12 a.m. ET. He then reached the driving range where he began practicing ahead of his tee time.

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Scheffler now appears slated to tee off in the pouring rain hours after he was arrested by police, all while currently facing four charges including a Class C felony.

Sporting News is tracking the latest updates and highlights from his day at the Valhalla Golf Club. Follow for live results from his day.

Scottie Scheffler score today

Hole (Par) Scheffler’s score (Overall) Place
1 (4)    
2 (4)    
3 (3)    
4 (4)    
5 (4)    
6 (4)    
7 (5)    
8 (3)    
9 (4)    
10 (5) 4 (-5) T-6
11 (3)    
12 (4)    
13 (4)    
14 (3)    
15 (4)    
16 (4)    
17 (4)    
18 (5)    

Scottie Scheffler live updates, highlights from Round 2 at 2024 PGA Championship

(All times Eastern)

Hole 11, Par 3

Shot 2: Scheffler opts to try and chip the shot toward the hole rather than go for a long putt, and he nearly chips it in, but it carries a bit past the hole. He should still have a close opportunity for par with the putter.

Shot 1: Following hooked shots left by both Clark and Harman, Scheffler goes a bit to the right on the par 3. He still gets it to the edge of the green.

Hole 10, Par 5

Shot 4: Easy birdie putt for Scheffler.

Shot 3: Scheffler drops a nearly perfect shot onto the green and nearly started his day with another eagle. He’ll have a short putt for birdie to start his second round.

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Shot 2: The lay-up shot by Scheffler gets him back into the fairway.

Shot 1: Scheffler is announced into the tee box to a roaring applause. His drive off the tee at the 10th hole hooks a bit right and goes just off the fairway near the crowd.


9:34 a.m.: Scheffler arrived at the range to begin practicing. He will wind up playing Friday.

Scottie Scheffler tee time today

Scheffler will tee off at 10:08 a.m. ET for Friday’s Round 2. He was originally scheduled to tee off at 8:48 a.m. ET, but it was pushed back by the PGA Tour.

He is paired with Wyndham Clark and Brian Harman.

How to watch 2024 PGA Championship Round 2

  • TV channel: ESPN
  • Broadcast times: 12-7 p.m. ET
  • Live stream: ESPN+, Fubo

ESPN will begin handling coverage of the second round of the 2024 PGA Championship at noon, and carry it through until 8 p.m. ET. ESPN+ will have coverage of the PGA Championship before noon.

Streamers can follow Round 2 on ESPN+ and Fubo, which offers a free trial.


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