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The No. 1 golfer in the world was led away in handcuffs Friday morning as he attempted to drive onto the ground of Valhalla Golf Club. According to a report from ESPN, Scottie Scheffler attempted to drive around traffic formed after a man was struck and killed by a shuttle bus earlier in the morning. Per ESPN...
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A police officer instructed Scheffler to stop, but Scheffler continued to drive about 10 to 20 yards toward the entrance.

At one point, an officer attached himself to the side of Scheffler's car. Scheffler stopped his car as he turned into the entrance of Valhalla Golf Club.

After about 20 to 30 seconds, Scheffler rolled down his window to talk to the officer. The officer grabbed Scheffler's arm to pull him out of the vehicle, according to Darlington. The officer reached inside the vehicle to open the door, and once Scheffler was pulled out, he was pushed against the car and placed in handcuffs.
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Originally published on TigerDroppings.com
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DVinBR1 month
ACAB
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MrKnowItAll1 month
He needs to wear that orange prison suit for the final round on Sunday..... but he's too nice a guy to do it.
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JackieTreehorn1 month
There are decent cops but I find that most are lifelong losers now on a power trip.
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CDawson1 month
Ridiculous.
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blueboxer11191 month
I hope he sues the balls off everyone.

But he won’t.
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OilMan251 month
Is this a law and order thing or does this have something to do with Louisville being full of completely incompetent morons. I believe the underlying cause is education, or lack their of
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cajunmud1 month
It's a brainwashing/indoctrination thang. You want a paycheck...suspect everyone and go make us some money. We good...dey bad!
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conman1 month
Thug. Golf is boring anyway. Might as well watch the grass grow.
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SwampyWaters1 month
He got what he deserved! You act like a DA and you get treated like a DA!
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chili pup1 month
Do not care. He is no more important than anyone else in the world.
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redfish991 month
Well he complied after the fact. So he’s still alive to shoot 66. Good on him. Thugs take notice
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Morpheus1 month
Wow, talk about something I never would have thought would happen.
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kellyman171 month
Thank god he was white. We dont need anymore riots.
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MSU441 month
It's an election year so soon enough we should have something that will incite some sort of racial protest and BLM dominating the headlines up until the election is over. Then they'll disappear for another 3.5 years.
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Datbayoubengal1 month
Seems typical for cops. Nobody usually cares when this happens, so why now is it such a shame and disgrace???
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Hoops1 month
Bc the driver isnt a career criminal
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LSUvet721 month
No more PGA championships for Louisville ,KY. These cops need to be reprimanded for stupidity.
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SwampyWaters1 month
You're a dumbass for not supporting the police. It was a fatal wreck that he tried to drive around! What if that dead person was your child, wife, mother or father, would you still feel the same? You're a POS!
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TigersCajuns1 month
Funny there is zero mention of this in the media reporting, just that he’s the #1 golfer in the world!
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DFWTigah4Life1 month
You are incorrect….you should probably re-read the report…
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Ragin Tiger11 month
Why is he being charge with assault of an officer? Did I miss something?
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Barney Fife doing Barney Fife things.
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Gifman1 month
Scottie looks like a good Florida man in that mugshot
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Porpus1 month
And yet they ignore "urban youths" on dirt bikes popping wheelies on public streets.

The cops are the #1 cause of crime in 2024.
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"The cops are the #1 cause of crime in 2024."

...What the frick does that even mean?
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cajunmud1 month
The more laws and order are made prominent, the more thieves and robbers there will be. ~ Lao-Tzu
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Porpus1 month
Well, Violent Pelvic Thrust, let me try to explain. The cops aren't ensuring law and order anymore. It's not even close. Vagrancy, obscenity, petty theft, reckless driving, etc. are largely normalized.

And yet if I were to go down to a nearby bum encampment and do what I'd like to do - chase them off at bayonet-point and burn their shite up, so that my daughters and I don't have to smell their urine on a hot day - the cops would be all over *me*. I'm a basically decent but frustrated good citizen who still plays their little game (for now at least), so they're still Johnny Law commandos towards me.

And Scheffler is the same. He has a productive future and a place in society to protect, so he tolerates the lawlessness around him and occasionally even ends up on the wrong end of the police baton when the cops (still being cops at heart) decide to scratch their cop itch and do a little "law enforcement theater."

It's BS and we be better off without the cops. It wouldn't be great, but it'd be better than this. Case in point ^^^
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Mickey Goldmill1 month
I usually try to give cops the benefit of the doubt, but good lord this was handled so poorly.
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Datbayoubengal1 month
Yeah of course you give them the benefit of the doubt...it takes some ho hum stuff like this for you to care? Ridiculous.
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Drizzt1 month
The assault charge is bullshite. Cops seem to make up assault charges out of the air sometimes. He clearly didn’t see the guy and was trying to just drive to the golf course for a major tournament. Cops lose people’s respect with this type of silly bullshite.
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cajunmud1 month
When law and morality contradict each other, the citizen has the cruel alternative of either losing his moral sense or losing his respect for the law. ~ Frederic Bastiat
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