Scottie Scheffler continued his incredible campaign by winning the Memorial Tournament on Sunday for his fifth victory in his last eight starts.

The World No. 1 edged Collin Morikawa by 1 stroke at Muirfield Village to claim the win.

1 Scottie Scheffler 🇺🇸 74 -8
2 Collin Morikawa 🇺🇸 71 -7
3 Adam Hadwin 🇨🇦 74 -4
4 Christiaan Bezuidenhout 🇿🇦 72 -3
T5 Matt Fitzpatrick 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 69 -2
T5 Ludvig Aberg 🇸🇪 74 -2
T5 Sepp Straka 🇦🇹 76 -2
T8 Hideki Matsuyama 🇯🇵 70 -1
T8 Sungjae Im 🇰🇷 73 -1
T8 Tony Finau 🇺🇸 73 -1
T8 Xander Schauffele 🇺🇸 75 -1

Scheffler is the first player on TOUR since Justin Thomas in 2016-17 to record five wins in a season. Byron Nelson holds the record for most wins in a year with 18 in 1945. Tiger Woods and Vijay Singh share the post-1950 record with nine victories each in 2000 and 2004, respectively.


Scheffler only finished lower than T2 once in his last eight tournaments.

Arnold Palmer Invitational March 10 🏆
The Players Championship March 17 🏆
Houston Open March 31 T2
Masters Tournament April 14 🏆
RBC Heritage April 21 🏆
PGA Championship May 19 T8
Charles Schwab Challenge May 26 T2
Memorial Tournament June 9 🏆

Scheffler is the second player ever to win the Arnold Palmer, the Players, the Masters, and the Memorial in the same season, joining Woods in 2001.

He’s the first player since Arnold Palmer in 1962 to head into the U.S. Open with five or more PGA TOUR wins that season, including a major.

Scheffler earned $4 million in prize money for his victory, moving his total season earnings to $24.02 million, breaking his own single-season earnings record set in 2023 ($21.01 million).

Elsewhere at the Memorial, Adam Hadwin booked his ticket to the Open Championship with his third-place finish.

Additionally, Adam Scott and Robert MacIntyre are expected to earn spots in the U.S. Open after the world golf rankings update Monday. It’d mark Scott’s 92nd straight major appearance, the second-longest streak in history behind Jack Nicklaus’ 146.