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Xander Schauffele
Schauffele in 2021
Personal information
Full nameAlexander Victor Schauffele
Born (1993-10-25) October 25, 1993 (age 30)
San Diego, California, U.S.
Height5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Weight175 lb (79 kg; 12.5 st)
Sporting nationality United States
ResidenceLas Vegas, Nevada, U.S.
Spouse
Maya Schauffele
(m. 2021)
Career
CollegeCalifornia State University Long Beach
San Diego State University
Turned professional2015
Current tour(s)PGA Tour
Former tour(s)European Tour
Web.com Tour
Professional wins11
Highest ranking2 (May 19, 2024)[1]
(as of July 14, 2024)
Number of wins by tour
PGA Tour8
European Tour2
Other3
Best results in major championships
(wins: 1)
Masters TournamentT2: 2019
PGA ChampionshipWon: 2024
U.S. OpenT3: 2019
The Open ChampionshipT2: 2018
Achievements and awards
PGA Tour
Rookie of the Year
2016–17
Medal record
Men's Golf
Representing  United States
Olympic Games
Gold medal – first place 2020 Tokyo Individual

Alexander Victor Schauffele (/ˈzændər ˈʃfəl/; born October 25, 1993) is an American professional golfer who plays on the PGA Tour. He won the Tour Championship in 2017 and the gold medal at the men's individual golf event of the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan. Schauffele won the 2024 PGA Championship to claim his first major championship title.[2]

Early life

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Schauffele was born on October 25, 1993, in San Diego, California, to Chen Ping-Yi and Stefan Schauffele.[3] His mother was born in Taiwan, but grew up in Japan before moving to the United States.[4] His father Stefan was born in Stuttgart to a French mother and a German father.[5] Schauffele's parents met at San Diego's United States International University in 1988 and married three months later.[6] They then moved to Germany, where Xander's elder brother Nico was born, before returning to San Diego.[7]

Schauffele's father introduced him to golf at age 9, and they joined Bernardo Heights Country Club.[6] Stefan has been Xander's only swing coach throughout his golf career.[8] Stefan's teaching philosophy relies heavily on basic ball flight laws and golf club mechanics. As a result, Xander did not see his own swing until about the age 18.[9]

Two of Schauffele's great-grandfathers played soccer at the European premier level. Johann Hoffmann played for the Austria national football team and won multiple Austrian (SK Rapid Wien), Bohemian (DSV Saaz), and French (FC Sochaux; Racing Strasbourg) national titles. After playing football for VfB Stuttgart, Richard Schauffele excelled in track and field, garnering over 40 titles in discus, javelin and shot put for 2 clubs, the Stuttgarter Kickers and the Cannstatter Ruder-Club.

Amateur career

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Schauffele was the individual winner of the 2011 California State High School Championship (California Interscholastic Federation, CIF), playing for Scripps Ranch High School.[10] After graduating from high school, Schauffele played his freshman year in college at California State University Long Beach, where he garnered the 2012 Big West Conference Freshman of the Year as well as the 2012 First Team All-Big West awards.[11]

Prior to his sophomore year, Schauffele transferred to San Diego State University, where eventually he would play out his college career and graduate in 2015. During his three years at SDSU, Schauffele was a Ping and Golfweek Third Team All-American. Scholastically, he was twice awarded the Mountain West Conference All-Academic Team Award. At SDSU, he holds the records for all-time lowest tournament score against par (−17); all-time career scoring average (71.50); as well as the seasonal records for par-5 performance (4.5135); birdies (171) and eagles (9).[12]

Schauffele defeated Beau Hossler to win the 2014 California State Amateur Championship at La Costa Resort and Spa. Later that summer, the two long time rivals met again in a final at Chicago's Beverly Country Club for the 2014 Western Amateur where Schauffele lost to Hossler in the final match in dramatic fashion.[13]

Schauffele accumulated a collegiate record that featured 27 top-10s, 19 of which were top-fives, with four of these being runners-up and three wins (from a total of 50 tournaments). He was ranked in the top 10 of the World Amateur Golf Ranking at the time he turned professional in 2015.[11][12][14]

Professional career

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After turning professional in June 2015, Schauffele entered the 2015 Web.com Tour Qualifying Tournament in fall. He was runner up in first stage at Southern Dunes GC in Maricopa, Arizona. He went on to win second stage at Oak Valley GC in Beaumont, California, and ultimately, narrowly, earned his Web.com Tour card in the finals in Florida in a tie for 45th.[15][16]

2016 Web.com Tour

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In 2016, Schauffele played a full season (23 events) on the Web.com Tour. He finished 26th on the regular-season money list, missing a PGA Tour card for 2017 by less than $1000.00, but went on to earn a card through the Web.com Tour Finals by finishing 15th on the Finals money list (excluding the 25 regular-season graduates).[17]

2016–17 PGA Tour: two wins, Rookie of the Year

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Schauffele made his PGA Tour debut at the CareerBuilder Challenge in La Quinta, California. In June 2017, at the 2017 U.S. Open held at Erin Hills, Schauffele recorded a bogey-free 6-under-par 66 – it was the first time a player has returned a bogey-free round of 66 or better in their first appearance in U.S. Open.[18] He subsequently became one of only 15 players to ever reach 10 under par at a U.S. Open.[19] He eventually finished in a tie for fifth place, earning him an exemption into the 2018 championship.

Three weeks later, in July, Schauffele recorded his first PGA Tour victory, at the Greenbrier Classic. With the win, he earned exemptions into the Open Championship, via the Open Qualifying Series, the PGA Championship and the 2018 Masters Tournament.

Schauffele qualified for the end of season Tour Championship by moving up to 26th in the standings, from 33rd at the start of the FedEx Cup Playoffs.[20] There he birdied the 72nd hole to claim his second tour victory, by one stroke over Justin Thomas, and become the first rookie to win the Tour Championship. It was also the first time a rookie had won any FedEx Cup playoff event.[21] The win moved Schauffele to third place in the final FedEx Cup standings, bettering the previous best mark by a rookie held by Jordan Spieth by four positions, and gave him a three-year exemption on the PGA Tour, through the 2019–20 season.

During 2017, Schauffele rose to 32nd in the Official World Golf Ranking, up 267 spots from his 2016 year-end position of 299. He was voted "Rookie of the Year 2017" by his peers.[22]

2017–18 PGA Tour

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At the beginning of 2018, Schauffele switched equipment manufacturers, signing an endorsement deal with Callaway,[23] having previously been sponsored by TaylorMade.[24] In May, he finished T2 at the 2018 Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass with a score of 14 under par.[25] In the Open Championship at Carnoustie, he tied for second with a score of six-under-par.[26]

Schauffele began the 2018 FedEx Cup Playoffs in 28th position in the standings. Entering the third of four events in the playoff series, the 2018 BMW Championship, he was 41st, needing to move up at least eleven spots to advance to the Tour Championship. He finished in a tie for third to rise to 18th position. That finish allowed him the opportunity to attempt to defend his 2017 Tour Championship title.[27] Schauffele ultimately finished T7 at the 2018 Tour Championship, while placing 15th in the season-long FedEx Cup.[28]

2018 European Tour

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Schauffele joined the 2018 European Tour as an associate member. With his win at the 2018 WGC-HSBC Champions, Schauffele rose in the European Tour's Order of Merit, the year long points race dubbed the European Tour Race to Dubai, to 4th position.[29] Schauffele entered the European Tour final event, the DP World Tour Championship, Dubai, in 5th position. With a final round score of 6-under-par 66, which equaled the lowest score of the day, Schauffele finished T16. This ensured a season-ending 4th position on the Order of Merit and participation in the 2018 European Tour's bonus pool.[30]

2018–19 PGA Tour: 2 wins; Presidents Cup

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Schauffele at the 2020 Farmers Insurance Open

In October 2018, Schauffele won the WGC-HSBC Champions event in Shanghai, China at the Sheshan Golf Club, in a playoff, defeating Tony Finau on the first extra hole.[31] In January 2019, he won the Sentry Tournament of Champions at The Plantation Course at Kapalua Resort in Maui, Hawaii,[32] returning a course record equalling 11-under-par 62 in the final round to pass Gary Woodland, who he had trailed by five shots entering the final round.[33]

In April, Schauffele tied for second in the Masters Tournament, one stroke behind champion Tiger Woods. It was his third top-five in eight starts at major championships. He led the field with 25 birdies, becoming the third player since 1980 to have 25 or more birdies in a single Masters, joining Phil Mickelson (25 in 2001) and Jordan Spieth (28 in 2015).[34] In June, he finished tied for 3rd at the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach Golf Links in Pebble Beach, California.[35] At The Open Championship in July 2019, he became the first player to have their driver fail The R&A's conformity test.[36]

In early August 2019, Schauffele placed 4th in the inaugural 2019 Wyndham Rewards Top 10.[37] Through the playoffs, he fell to 8th in the standings entering the Tour Championship; this gave him a 6 shot deficit to the leader, Justin Thomas, under the new handicapping system. He had erased the deficit after the first round with a score of 6-under-par 64 and was tied for the lead going into the second round.[38] He ultimately finished in second place, but took maximum world ranking points having returned the lowest aggregate score.[39]

In December 2019, Schauffele played on the U.S. team at the 2019 Presidents Cup at Royal Melbourne Golf Club in Australia. The U.S. team won 16–14. Schauffele went 3–2–0 and won his Sunday singles match against International team star and veteran Adam Scott. Golf Digest called Schauffele the "unsung hero" of the U.S. team.[40]

2021: Olympic Gold

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At the Masters in April, Schauffele was two shots behind the leader on the 16th tee, and in second place during the final round. However, at the hole he scored a triple bogey, and ultimately finished third. In August, Schauffele recorded a final-round of 67 to win the Olympic gold medal; he made an up-and-down for par on the final hole to beat Slovakian Rory Sabbatini by one shot.[41] With the accomplishment, Schauffele became the first American since 1900 to win an Olympic gold medal in golf.[42] In September, Schauffele played on the U.S. team in the 2021 Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits in Kohler, Wisconsin. The U.S. team won 19–9 and Schauffele went 3–1–0, winning in both fourball and foursomes, and losing his Sunday singles match against Rory McIlroy.

2022: Three PGA Tour wins

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In April, Schauffele won the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, a team event, with playing partner Patrick Cantlay. In June, he won the Travelers Championship for his sixth PGA Tour victory.[43] In July, he won the J. P. McManus Pro-Am, an unofficial event on the European Tour held at Adare Manor, after shooting a course record 64 in the first round.[44] The same week, he won the co-sanctioned Genesis Scottish Open played at the Renaissance Club in East Lothian, Scotland. It was his third PGA Tour victory in the 2021–22 season, and his seventh overall.[45]

Schauffele qualified for the U.S. team at the 2022 Presidents Cup; he won three and lost one of the four matches he played.[46]

2023: Ryder Cup

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In September 2023, Schauffele played on the U.S. team in the 2023 Ryder Cup at Marco Simone Golf and Country Club in Guidonia, Rome, Italy. The European team won 16.5–11.5 and Schauffele went 1–3–0 including a win in his Sunday singles match against Nicolai Højgaard.[47]

2024: First major title

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In May 2024, Schauffele won his first major with a birdie on the final hole in the PGA Championship at Valhalla Golf Club.[48] Schauffele won the tournament with a score of 21 under par, which is a record low for a major championship.[49] He beat Bryson DeChambeau by one stroke after DeChambeau also birdied the final hole.[50]

Personal life

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Schauffele met his wife, Maya, in college at San Diego State University. They were married in 2021.[51] She caddied for Schauffele at the 2024 Masters Tournament Par 3 Contest.[52]

Schauffele is an avid cigar smoker.[53] His father, Stefan, introduced Schauffele to cigars at the age of 10, and his favorite cigar is the Montecristo No. 2.[54] He has been featured by Cigar Aficionado.[55]

Amateur wins

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Source:[56]

Professional wins (11)

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PGA Tour wins (8)

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Legend
Major championships (1)
World Golf Championships (1)
FedEx Cup playoff events (1)
Other PGA Tour (5)
No. Date Tournament Winning score To par Margin of
victory
Runner(s)-up
1 Jul 9, 2017 Greenbrier Classic 64-69-66-67=266 −14 1 stroke United States Robert Streb
2 Sep 24, 2017 Tour Championship 69-66-65-68=268 −12 1 stroke United States Justin Thomas
3 Oct 28, 2018 WGC-HSBC Champions 66-71-69-68=274 −14 Playoff United States Tony Finau
4 Jan 6, 2019 Sentry Tournament of Champions 72-67-68-62=269 −23 1 stroke United States Gary Woodland
5 Apr 24, 2022 Zurich Classic of New Orleans
(with United States Patrick Cantlay)
59-68-60-72=259 −29 2 strokes United States Sam Burns and United States Billy Horschel
6 Jun 26, 2022 Travelers Championship 63-63-67-68=261 −19 2 strokes United States J. T. Poston, United States Sahith Theegala
7 Jul 10, 2022 Genesis Scottish Open1 72-65-66-70=273 −7 1 stroke United States Kurt Kitayama
8 May 19, 2024 PGA Championship 62-68-68-65=263 −21 1 stroke United States Bryson DeChambeau

1Co-sanctioned by the European Tour

PGA Tour playoff record (1–2)

No. Year Tournament Opponent(s) Result
1 2018 WGC-HSBC Champions United States Tony Finau Won with birdie on first extra hole
2 2019 WGC-HSBC Champions Northern Ireland Rory McIlroy Lost to birdie on first extra hole
3 2020 Sentry Tournament of Champions United States Patrick Reed, United States Justin Thomas Thomas won with birdie on third extra hole
Schauffele eliminated by birdie on first hole

European Tour wins (3)

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Legend
Major championships (1)
World Golf Championships (1)
Rolex Series (1)
Other European Tour (0)
No. Date Tournament Winning score To par Margin of
victory
Runner-up
1 Oct 28, 2018 WGC-HSBC Champions 66-71-69-68=274 −14 Playoff United States Tony Finau
2 Jul 10, 2022 Genesis Scottish Open1 72-65-66-70=273 −7 1 stroke United States Kurt Kitayama
3 May 19, 2024 PGA Championship 62-68-68-65=263 −21 1 stroke United States Bryson DeChambeau

1Co-sanctioned by the PGA Tour

European Tour playoff record (1–1)

No. Year Tournament Opponent Result
1 2018 WGC-HSBC Champions United States Tony Finau Won with birdie on first extra hole
2 2019 WGC-HSBC Champions Northern Ireland Rory McIlroy Lost to birdie on first extra hole

Other wins (3)

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No. Date Tournament Winning score To par Margin of
victory
Runner-up
1 Sep 17, 2015 Northern California Open 70-69-65=204 −7 1 stroke United States Brian Thompson
2 Aug 1, 2021 Olympic Games 68-63-68-67=266 −18 1 stroke Slovakia Rory Sabbatini
3 Jul 5, 2022 J. P. McManus Pro-Am 64-70=134 −10 1 stroke United States Sam Burns

Major championships

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Wins (1)

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Year Championship 54 holes Winning score Margin Runner(s)-up
2024 PGA Championship Tied for lead −21 (62-68-68-65=263) 1 stroke United States Bryson DeChambeau

Results timeline

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Results not in chronological order in 2020.

Tournament 2017 2018
Masters Tournament T50
U.S. Open T5 T6
The Open Championship T20 T2
PGA Championship CUT T35
Tournament 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024
Masters Tournament T2 T17 T3 CUT T10 8
PGA Championship T16 T10 CUT T13 T18 1
U.S. Open T3 5 T7 T14 T10 T7
The Open Championship T41 NT T26 T15 T17
  Win
  Top 10
  Did not play

CUT = missed the half-way cut
"T" = tied
NT = no tournament due to COVID-19 pandemic

Summary

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Tournament Wins 2nd 3rd Top-5 Top-10 Top-25 Events Cuts made
Masters Tournament 0 1 1 2 4 5 7 6
PGA Championship 1 0 0 1 2 5 8 6
U.S. Open 0 0 1 3 7 8 8 8
The Open Championship 0 1 0 1 1 4 6 6
Totals 1 2 2 7 14 22 29 26
  • Most consecutive cuts made – 12 (2018 Masters – 2021 Masters)
  • Longest streak of top-10s – 3 (three times, current)

Results in The Players Championship

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Tournament 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024
The Players Championship T2 CUT C CUT CUT T19 T2
  Top 10

CUT = missed the halfway cut
"T" indicates a tie for a place
C = Canceled after the first round due to the COVID-19 pandemic

World Golf Championships

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Wins (1)

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Year Championship 54 holes Winning score Margin Runner-up
2018 WGC-HSBC Champions 3 shot deficit −14 (66-71-69-68=274) Playoff United States Tony Finau

Results timeline

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Tournament 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023
Championship T18 T14 T14 T39
Match Play T17 T24 NT1 T18 T35 QF
Invitational T17 68 T27 T6 T46
Champions T46 1 2 NT1 NT1 NT1

1Canceled due to COVID-19 pandemic

  Win
  Top 10
  Did not play

NT = No tournament
"T" = Tied
QF, R16, R32, R64 = Round in which player lost in match play
Note that the Championship and Invitational were discontinued from 2022. The Champions was discontinued from 2023.

PGA Tour career summary

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Season Starts Cuts
made
Wins 2nd 3rd Top-10 Top-25 Best
finish
Earnings
($)[57]
Money
list rank
FedEx
Cup rank[58]
Scoring
avg (adj)
Scoring
rank[59]
2016 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 CUT - - - - -
2017 28 20 2 0 0 4 11 1 4,312,674 12 3 70.16 27
2018 27 22 0 2 2 7 12 2 4,047,538 18 15 70.49 55
2019 21 18 2 2 1 6 14 1 5,609,456 6 2 69.834 11
2020 18 17 0 3 1 7 16 2 3,813,636 11 2 69.227 5
2021 22 20 0 3 1 8 16 2 5,240,653 12 5 69.859 7
2022 21 19 3 0 2 7 15 1 7,427,299 6 4 69.462 5
2023 23 23 0 2 1 11 18 2 8,459,066 10 2 69.127 5
Career* 162 139 7 12 8 50 102 1 38,910,322 25[60]

* As of the 2023 season

European Tour career summary

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Season Starts Cuts
made
Wins 2nd 3rd Top-10 Top-25 Earnings
(€)
Order of
Merit rank
2017 5 5 0 0 0 1 3 623,383 0
2018 9 9 1 1 0 3 6 2,779,425 4
2019 7 7 0 1 1 2 5 1,700,119 10
2020 5 5 0 0 0 3 5 1,162,319 N/A - not enough events to qualify
Career* 26 26 1 2 1 9 19 [61]

* As of December 31, 2020. Note that there is double counting of money and finishes for majors and World Golf Championships between PGA Tour and European Tour stats

U.S. national team appearances

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Professional

See also

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