World's top golfer Scheffler detained, PGA Championship delayed

(Louisville, KY) -- The world's top-ranked golfer Scottie Scheffler is no longer being detained by Louisville police and the second round of the PGA Championship is delayed following a fatal traffic accident outside the golf club.

Scheffler was not involved in the accident, but was placed in handcuffs by a police officer he drove past while trying to enter Valhalla Golf Club. There is no word if Scheffler is facing any charges. The Louisville Metro Police Department says a shuttle bus struck and killed a pedestrian trying to cross a road outside the club around 5 a.m. Eastern time.

Police have not publicly identified the man, but did say he died at the scene.


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