Scottie Scheffler reveals how he’s going to celebrate his TPC triumph

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Scottie Scheffler won his first Players Championship on Monday, which was his career's 6th PGA Tour win, and reclaimed the World No. 1 spot from Jon Rahm in the process. In a commanding display, he finished five strokes ahead of Englishman Tyrrell Hatton, the largest margin of victory at the tournament since Stephen Ames won by six shots in 2006. Cheering Scottie on during the final day and to celebrate his win were his wife Meredith, his parents, and his 88-year-old grandmother.

After the win, Scottie talked about his grandmother in an interview.

“It’s pretty impressive she’s walking so many holes out here, she’s a trooper,” the 26-year-old American told reporters. “I really don’t know what to say. She’s had a rough last year with Grandpa passing away, and we have an uncle that’s pretty sick, and I’m just happy that we’re able to kind of enjoy all this together.”

Asked how he would celebrate, Scheffler added,

"Maybe Grandma’s got some food at home. I know she has some dessert. We’ll see what’s in store.”

The last two lines brought a smile to all the fans' faces and they all took to social media to share their reactions on the same.

Fans react as Scottie Scheffler reveals how he will celebrate his victory

One fan made a cheeky comment about the kind of dessert his grandma could make.

Another fan agreed that this was the right spirit shown by the champion.

Another fan could relate to the Texas connection that brought about his comment.

This fan made a fun comment regarding Scheffler's remark about his grandmother.

People who know about the iconic Jimmy Stewart can relate to this one.

This fan seemed to enjoy Scottie's comments a lot and found him to be a very likable person.

Another man was all praise for the golfer, saying that he was the kind of champ that was needed, as he was so good with the fans.

This fan threw in another cheeky comment about Scheffler's grandmom.

Finally, this fan had his own ideas about what the golfer would do once he got home.

Scheffler's grandmother came all the way down from Florida to witness her grandson's victory and video footage shows her walking between holes.

This video shows how staunch a supporter of Scheffler's she is and age is just a number for her when it comes to these things.

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Edited by Sabine Algur