Jun 23, 2024; Cromwell, Connecticut, USA; Scottie Scheffler is presented with the Travelers Championship Trophy after winning the Travelers Championship golf tournament at TPC River Highlands. Mandatory Credit: Gregory Fisher-USA TODAY Sports

Scottie Scheffler’s dominance on the PGA Tour continued Sunday, as he outlasted Tom Kim in a playoff to win the Travelers Championship at Connecticut’s TPC River Highlands.

Scheffler finished the weekend with a score of -22, just three strokes under par shy of the tournament record -25 set by Tim Norris in 1982 when it was still called the Greater Hartford Open.

The victory marked Scheffler’s sixth PGA Tour win of the season, which marks the first time since Arnold Palmer pulled off the feat in 1962 that a golfer has won six events before the calendar turns to July.

In addition to tying Palmer’s mark, Flushing It Golf noted on X that he’s just the fourth golfer in the past 40 years to win six PGA Tour events in one season, joining Nick Price, Vijay Singh, and Tiger Woods who did it six times.

Scheffler continues to show why he’s the top-ranked golfer in the world. He has already won the Masters and Players Championship this season, the latter of which saw him become the first back-to-back winner in the event’s history. He will have no shortage of chances to continue his dominance this season.

Scheffler has been ranked number one in the world since March of 2022, and that won’t be changing this week.

Social media had a lot to say about the eye-popping stat.

[Flushing It Golf on X]