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Scottie Scheffler shoots 73 on Saturday at PGA, snapping streak of 42 consecutive rounds under par

Scottie Scheffler carded a 73 in the third round of the PGA Championship, ending his streak of rounds under par in major championships. (Ben Jared/PGA TOUR)

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The streak is over.

Scottie Scheffler shot 2-over 73 in the third round of the PGA Championship, snapping a run of 42 consecutive rounds under par on the PGA TOUR. Tiger Woods holds the record of 52 consecutive under-par rounds, set in 2001.

It was a tale of two rounds for Scheffler at Valhalla Golf Club. After a remarkable second-round 66 on Friday, a testament to his resilience and focus despite his early-morning arrest, Scheffler struggled to maintain the same energy and play on Saturday. The world No. 1 was 4-over through four holes and could not recover

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