Best Scramblers 2018 Pga Tour

By | November 30, 2022



The PGA Tour is the biggest stage in golf, and each year the world's best players compete against one another for the most prestigious titles in the sport. But one of the most exciting aspects of the PGA Tour are the scrambles—short, fast-paced events that can turn a tournament on its head.

In 2018, three golfers emerged as the best scramblers in the PGA Tour. Jason Day, Dustin Johnson, and Brooks Koepka all had impressive performances in the scrambles this year. Day was especially impressive; he posted an overall score of 6-under par in the scramble at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, and followed up with a 10-under par performance at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. His steady play and accuracy off the tee helped him to stay ahead of the competition.

Johnson and Koepka were also stellar in the scrambles, posting scores of 8-under par and 5-under par respectively. Both players used their power and length off the tee to great advantage, hitting long drives that kept them out of trouble and allowed them to stay aggressive. Johnson and Koepka also proved to be adept putters, sinking critical putts when it mattered most.

The performances of these three golfers show why scrambles remain one of the most exciting parts of the game. With the PGA Tour's focus on creating exciting tournaments for fans, scrambles are sure to be a highlight of 2019 as well. Who will be the next trio of superstars to emerge and make a name for themselves on the scramble leaderboard? We'll have to wait and see!