Scottie Scheffler (-11) continued his reign as the most dominant golfer since Prime Tiger Woods with a four-stroke victory at the Masters on Sunday. The 27-year-old won his second green jacket thanks to a sturdy final-round 4-under 68, as his competitors succumbed to a sun-baked Augusta National.

Scheffler entered Sunday at -7, one stroke ahead of Collin Morikawa (-6), Max Homa (-5), and Ludvig Åberg (-4). Near the end of the first nine, the 88th Masters appeared destined for an electric finish, as all four contenders briefly co-led at -7.

Augusta came for Scheffler's fellow PGA Tour stars as the day progressed. The World No. 1, by contrast, remained relentlessly poised, accurate, and steady — and that was more than enough to separate from the hungry pack.

Scheffler responded to a bogey on No. 7 with birdies on six of his next 10 holes. His laser-sharp approach on No. 9 set him up for a birdie to reclaim momentum. You'll see this one in Jim Nantz-narrated highlight packages forever.

“I hadn’t hit many good iron shots, which is a bit unusual for me,” said the world's best ball-striker. “I had hit some good ones but they weren’t really ending up where they were supposed to. I had that bogey there on seven and a nice birdie putt on eight, and going into number nine it was nice to get that feeling of hitting a really well-struck shot and then it set me up to have a really nice back nine.”

Frustrations boiled over for Morikawa — paired in the final group with Scheffler — after double-bogeys on No. 9 and No. 11. Åberg, the promising 24-year-old, found the water on No. 11. Homa hung in there the longest, until his tee shot on the par 3 12th found a bush behind the green, resulting in an unplayable lie penalty and double-bogey.

Scheffler's ice-cold birdie on No. 16, the final Masters call for the legendary Verne Lundquist, essentially sealed the deal.

In his fifth Masters start, Scheffler became the fourth-youngest person to earn two green jackets (Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods, Seve Ballesteros). He's the first golfer to conquer Augusta by at least three strokes twice in three years.

“It’s hard to put into words how special this is. It’s been a long week, a grind of a week,” Scheffler shared. “The golf course was so challenging, and to be sitting here wearing this jacket again and getting to take it home is extremely special.”

Scheffler has won three of his last four PGA Tour starts: the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill (a Signature Event), the Players Championship, and the Masters. In between, he was centimeters from forcing a playoff at the Texas Children Houston's Open.

Scheffler hasn't played a round over par since August. He has seven top-10 results in eight starts on the PGA Tour in 2024. His worst finish was a T17 at the American Express in January.

Scheffler is a 5-1 favorite to win the 2024 PGA Championship at Valhalla (May 16-19). It was only fitting that Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes posted in appreciation of Scheffler's Masters performance. At the moment, they're the two most inevitable athletes on the planet.

Scheffler will pocket $3.6 million from the record $20 million Masters purse. Oh, and he's set to become a first-time father this week.

“I’m coming home. I’ll be home as quick as I can,” Scheffler said. “It’s a very special time for both of us. I can’t put into words what it means to win this tournament again.”