A Sensational Season by Scheffler

In the best way possible, it feels like Scottie Scheffler is closer to his second decade on the PGA Tour than he is to his rookie season. Already a household name at the age of 26, Scheffler can still be considered a fresh face to the professional circuit. 2022 proved to be a breakout season for the young gun, who is only in his third full season on tour.

It comes as no surprise that Scheffler was recently awarded the prestigious title of 2022 Player of the Year. The list of accomplishments by the Dallas, Texas native this season is as impressive as the day is long. 

Scheffler posted 54 of 92 rounds in the 60s en route to capturing four titles in a six-event span, including his first Major title at The Masters (also his first win after reaching World #1, which he still currently sits at) and the WGC Dell Technologies Match Play Championship. 

Already on his way to a Hall of Fame-worthy career, Scottie is also the newly minted and proud owner of the PGA Tour record for single-season on-course earnings. As impressive as raking in exactly $14,046,910 in official money in one season is, that number doesn’t even account for his nearly $6 million bonus for finishing runner-up at the FedEx Tour Championship last month.

So, how did he do it?

Like any aspiring or successful tour pro, Scheffler has a qualified team of experts in their fields surrounding him; a team that cares about him and that he relies on to gain even the slightest of competitive advantages. At GolfForever, we’re thrilled to be considered part of Scottie’s trusted team.

Not only has Scottie incorporated our Training Tool into his gym sessions, but he has also enlisted the guidance of one of GolfForever’s very own trainers and advisors, Dr. Troy Van Biezen, to work individually with him as one of those trusted team members in the golfer’s corner. Scottie admits he enjoys practicing and playing more than he does working out. His sessions with Dr. Van Biezen, who’s also in the corners of other Tour members like Jordan Spieth and Zach Johnson, center more around performing golf-specific movements with the proper form to eliminate any limitations that exist in his body and in his golf swing than they do around gaining sheer strength and muscle mass.

“GolfForever is a tool and approach that is critical to my preparation for the PGA Tour,” Scheffler stated. And prepare he did. With his consistency and dedication in the gym, at the range, and on the course, Scottie certainly got the most out of his not-so-secret weapon and 15th club, the GolfForever Training System. We look forward to seeing what continued success Scottie achieves, both in competition and outside of it. 

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