Ask any golf player who has at any point won a PGA Tour occasion
They'll let you know that to ring that chime, you quite often need a smidgen of karma
Once in a while you want a ton. Everything they don't say to you is that occasionally, you want misfortune to lose.
On an ordinary Sunday, Schauffele's most memorable individual PGA Tour win in over three years
The tale of the day. In any case, when the last putt fell at the Travelers Championship
There was no doubt that the most critical second had a place not to the victor
Sahith Theegala, who completed in a tie for second.
Subsequent to depleting a noteworthy 10-foot birdie putt on 17 to make a one-effort lead on Schauffele
Theegala, a 24-year-old previous school player of the year at Pepperdine turned visit freshman
Hit a drive on 18 at TPC River Highlands that didn't cut how he would have preferred