Scottie Scheffler has never seen the Old Course before last Sunday. This week's British Open will be a 

learning experience. It's hard to win the oldest championship in golf without a crash course at the historic venue. Scheffler

has done unexpected things throughout the year. He won the Waste Management Phoenix Open for the

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first time and then went on to win a few more. Scheffler was ranked No. 1 in the world, but he made it to Augusta

National. After another difficult day on the Old Course with many low scores and lots of stress, there were no tears

Saturday night. Scheffler is fifth, five strokes behind Rory McIlroy (leader) and Viktor Hovland (leader). It will be

difficult, but Scheffler is only two strokes behind leaders Rory McIlroy and Viktor Hovland. Scheffler replied, "I think so,

when asked if it was possible to make up the deficit. You can get moving here quickly. I was rolling it very well

today, and I could have gone really low. I couldn't get the putts in. I had a terrible break on 12 (where he made an

eagley), which cost me probably two shots. Instead of the ball running off the green, it ends in the lip of a pot

bunker. Scheffler may need that to happen in order to win the second major title of this year. While scores of 68-6869-69

are acceptable for most weeks, Scheffler is left fighting for his life here in relatively benign conditions.

Scheffler was not a winner on the PGA Tour when this year began. The list of winners at Augusta National and Old Course

begins with Nick Faldo (1990), and ends with Tiger Woods (2006). The list of five players who have won the

Masters and Open five times in one year is also quite short: Ben Hogan (1953), Arnold Palmer (622) and Tom Watson (1977).