Scottie Scheffler witness reveals big twist from PGA Championship incident

Scottie Scheffler witness reveals big twist from PGA Championship incident

Scottie Scheffler witness reveals big twist from PGA Championship incident

The citation report from the Louisville Police Department described a much more frightening ordeal for Gillis, who had to go to the hospital after his run-in with the world’s No. 1 golfer.

ESPN’s Bob Wischusen, the Jets play-by-play voice for ESPN NY radio, was in a van along with Jeff Darlington, who documented Scheffler’s arrest on his phone and reported extensively on the events that day.

Wischusen stayed in the van but still had a view of the confrontation and provided new details and further context on the scene that shocked the sports world in an exclusive interview with Golf.com.

The longtime ESPN voice said Gillis

Wischusen stayed in the van but still had a view of the confrontation and provided new details and further context on the scene that shocked the sports world in an exclusive interview with Golf.com.

The longtime ESPN voice said Gillis approached Scheffler’s car as the vehicle pulled past the ESPN van on the left.

Whoa, whoa, whoa, who are you? Where are you going? Get back in line. You’re not allowed to come through here,” Wischusen said of Gillis’ initial interaction with Scheffler, 27.

After Scheffler pulled forward, what was described by Darlington as 10-20 yards, the situation escalated.

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