Golf had had enough of Scottie Scheffler's recent merriment.
The 104th PGA Championship threw the Masters winner out with four bogeys and a double bogey in his final nine holes.
Scheffler, with four victories since Feb. 13, several spectacular finishes this season, and his No. 1 global ranking, was 1 over par Friday after nine pars on holes 10-18.
After Thursday's 1-over 71. He wasn't arguing or collapsing. Texan-like wind control.
Only at the turn did his scorecard turn ugly, as it does for everyone but Tiger Woods in the 2000s.
Scheffler bogeyed No. 1 from the rough, No. 2 from a green-side bunker, No. 5 with green issues, and No. 7 from the rough.