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Scottie Scheffler’s rival has hilarious response to golfer’s arrest outside PGA Championship

  • Scheffler was arrested outside Valhalla Golf Club early Friday morning
  • The incident has been the central event of the PGA Championship thus far.
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One of Scottie Scheffler’s main rivals for the PGA Championship title had a hilarious response to the golfer’s arrest outside Valhalla Golf Club.

Scheffler made waves in the golf world as a major championship took place in Louisville, Kentucky this weekend.

Scheffler is the world’s No. 1 golfer and was returning to competition for the first time since the birth of his son. The attention on him only increased with Friday’s incident as he tried to enter the room.

Scheffler was detained for about three hours and stretched for the second round of the PGA Championship from his jail cell.

It was his rival Mark Hubbard who turned to X to react to Scheffler’s photo: “No way Scottie only weighs 170…f*** I’m fat.”

Scheffler's mugshot taken Friday morning after his arrest circulated online

Scheffler’s mugshot taken Friday morning after his arrest circulated online

Hubbard's reaction to Scheffler's arrest was unique as a PGA Championship rival.

Hubbard’s reaction to Scheffler’s arrest was unique as a PGA Championship rival.

Hubbard is still in contention for the PGA Championship despite scoring two over par on Saturday, dropping him to seven under par for the tournament.

Scheffler and Hubbard both started Saturday at nine under par and fell 20 spots in the leaderboard to enter the final round tied for 24th place.

They are both eight shots behind co-leaders Collin Morikawa and Xander Schauffele at 15 under par.

Hubbard has four professional victories as a golfer, but none have come on the PGA Tour.

Sunday will likely mark Hubbard’s best finish in a major tournament, with his previous best coming at the 2020 PGA Championship, where he finished in 51st place.

Scheffler has been charged closer to 200 pounds at previous PGA events, with some on social media suggesting the 30 pounds less determination came directly from his driver’s license.

That would mean Scheffler probably weighed that amount in his late teens.

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