Scottie Scheffler live score: Updated PGA Championship leaderboard, results, highlights from Sunday’s Round 4

By | May 19, 2024

Scottie Scheffler’s trip to Louisville for the 2024 PGA Championship has been anything but normal.

He kicked off the weekend with a stellar showing in the first round of the tournament. But ahead of Friday’s second round, he was arrested
 on his way into Valhalla Golf Club after trying to drive around the scene of a traffic accident. He spent a short time in jail before returning to the course and turning in a 5 under performance

On Saturday, the adrenaline seemingly caught up with Scheffler. The 27-year-old shot 2 over, snapping a run of 41 consecutive rounds in which he finished at par or better. The round also included him hitting a bogey or worse on three straight holes, the first time he had done that since 2022.

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Scheffler fell down the leaderboard, dropping 20 spots from fourth after the second round to tied for 24th. Though he is still 7 under for the tournament, the battle for the Wanamaker Trophy current features a trio of golfers at 14 or 15 under, meaning Scheffler faces a steep challenge in trying to get back to the top.

Sporting News will be tracking the latest updates and highlights from his day at the Valhalla Golf Club. Follow for live results from Round 4.

Scottie Scheffler score today

Hole (Par) Scheffler’s score (Overall) Place
1 (4) 5 (-6) T-41
2 (4) 4 (-6) T-39
3 (3) 3 (-6) T-37
4 (4) 4 (-6) T-39
5 (4) 3 (-7) T-28
6 (4) 4 (-7) T-32
7 (5) 5 (-7) T-34
8 (3) 2 (-8) T-23
9 (4) 4 (-8) T-27
10 (5) 4 (-9) T-20
11 (3)    
12 (4)    
13 (4)    
14 (3)    
15 (4)    
16 (4)    
17 (4)    
18 (5)    

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Scottie Scheffler live updates, highlights from Round 4 at 2024 PGA Championship

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Hole 10, Par 5

Shot 4: Easy putt for Scheffler as he sinks the birdie to fall to 9 under for the tournament and 2 under for the round.

Shot 3: No eagle for Scheffler, but he’s set up well for a birdie at the only par 5 with more pars than birdies so far in the tournament.

Shot 2: Another solid approach for Scheffler as he gets a bit left of the pin to give him a chance at an eagle with a chip-in shot.

Shot 1: Off to a great start for Scheffler on the most difficult par 5 hole of the day with a powerful drive that splits the fairway. 

Hole 9, Par 4

Shot 4: Scheffler settles for par on the ninth. He made par on five holes through the first nine.

Shot 3: No birdie for Scheffler as his putt can’t quite land.

Shot 2: Scheffler gets in range for a long birdie putt with a solid approach to his final hole on the front nine.

Shot 1: Another tee shot that lands in the rough for Scheffler. Still not a rough start for him as it gets him in decent range of the hole.

Hole 8, Par 3

Shot 2: Easy tap-in for the birdie. That was much needed for Scheffler as he goes under par for the first time on Sunday. Now sitting at 8 under for the tournament.

Shot 1: It doesn’t get much better than this. Scheffler’s tee shot falls a few feet from the hole, giving him a great opportunity for a birdie.

Hole 7, Par 5

Shot 5: Scheffler winds up taking a par on the seventh hole, missing a chance to potentially get a birdie on what has been a solid hole for golfers in this tournament.

Shot 4: The first putt goes a bit past the hole, but leaves him only a tap-in left for par.

Shot 3: A solid approach gets Scheffler 13 feet away from the hole on the green. Long putt for birdie or two for par coming up.

Shot 2: The next shot by Scheffler lands a bit outside the green, 99 feet from the hole.

Shot 1: Scheffler’s drive is sent 284 yards, but lands a bit in the rough. He’ll have a decision to make about how to approach his second shot from that spot.

Hole 6, Par 4

Shot 4: Scheffler makes the par putt to stay even through the first six holes. An opportunity to get a stroke back at the par 5 seventh looming.

Shot 3: Scheffler floats a shot up a few feet from the green, but it’ll still take one more putt to save par for the hole.

Shot 2: Not quite to the green on his next try, but he’ll have a chance at an up-and-down for par.

Shot 1: Scheffler drives 266 yards and lands on the left side of the fairway. A decent start for the hole.

Hole 5, Par 4

Shot 3: Scheffler finally picks up his first birdie to fall back to even for the day and 7 under for the tournament.

Shot 2: Scheffler splashes an iron shot down a few feet from the pin. He’ll have another chance at birdie.

Shot 1: Good start by Scheffler on 5 with a strong drive that sets him up for a close shot to the green.

Hole 4, Par 4

Shot 4: Scheffler saves par to stay 1 over through four.

Shot 3: Another missed opportunity to get one back. He’ll have to settle for par again.

Shot 2: Solid approach by Scheffler as he’ll now have a mid-range putt for a chance at his first birdie of the day.

Shot 1: Scheffler starts the fourth hole by sending the drive into the bunker. 

Hole 3, Par 3

Shot 3: From 6 feet out, Scheffler sinks the par putt to stay at 1 over.

Shot 2: Scheffler gets back to the green and should have a close-range putt for par.

Shot 1: Scheffler’s tee shot carries over the green. He’s going to have to go up-and-down for par.

Hole 2, Par 4

Shot 4: Scheffler drops in the close-range putt to save par. His struggles continue from the third round.

Shot 3: Scheffler misses what looked to be a close putt for birdie. He’ll have another chance to avoid bogey.

Shot 2: That is exactly the type of shot Scheffler needed. He sends a perfect iron up to the green a few yards away from the pin. He’ll have a chance to get to a birdie for the day.

Shot 1: Another tough start for Scheffler as his drive bounces off the fairway and off to the rough on the left side.

Hole 1, Par 4

Shot 5: Not an ideal start for Scheffler as he bogeys the first hole.

Shot 4: Scheffler’s putt goes a bit wide left, and he’ll start with at least a bogey.

Shot 3: Really nice wedge from Scheffler nearly goes in, but it carries a bit wide to the left. Should have a makeable par attempt coming up.

Shot 2: Scheffler lands in the bunker just below the pin.

Shot 1: Scheffler’s drive hooks wide right and bounces out of the fairway and lands in the rough just in front of the gallery.

12 p.m.: Before Scheffler tees off, he’s already received some good news. Keith Van Valkenburg reported the expectation is all charges are expected to be dropped by Louisville police, though he is still in line to have his arraignment on Tuesday.

Scottie Scheffler tee time today

Scheffler will tee off at 12:15 p.m. ET. He is paired with Mark Hubbard.

How to watch 2024 PGA Championship Round 4

  • TV channel: ESPN, CBS
  • Broadcast times: 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. ET
  • Live stream: ESPN+, Paramount+, Fubo

ESPN will start coverage of the PGA Championship from 10 a.m. ET until 1 p.m. ET, at which point CBS will take over coverage for the remainder of the tournament. Fans hoping to catch all of Scheffler’s round will need to switch from channel to channel.

Golf fans can also stream ESPN’s coverage on ESPN+ and CBS’ coverage on Paramount+ without cable subscriptions. They can also get access to both channels on Fubo, which offers a free trial.