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Published Time: 30.05.2024 - 08:13:07 Modified Time: 30.05.2024 - 08:13:07

"I hold no ill will towards officer Gillis. I wish to put this incident behind me and move on, and I hope he will do the same. Police officers have a difficult job and I hold them in high regard. This was a severe miscommunication in a chaotic situation." Scottie Scheffler


Scheffler was not required to be present in the courtroom for the hearing, but he welcomed the decision in a post on his Instagram Story. "As I stated previously, this was an unfortunate misunderstanding," he said.

"I hold no ill will towards officer Gillis. I wish to put this incident behind me and move on, and I hope he will do the same. Police officers have a difficult job and I hold them in high regard. This was a severe miscommunication in a chaotic situation."

Scheffler's attorney, Steve Romines, stated that the 27-year-old would not be filing a civil lawsuit and preferred to focus on his golfing career. "We are pleased the case was dismissed today," Romines told reporters.

Play at the year's second major was delayed by 80 minutes due to a shuttle bus striking and killing a pedestrian, later identified as John Mills, outside the golf club. Scheffler, who was not involved in the accident, reportedly tried to avoid the scene before being stopped by Officer Gillis.

Scheffler was released and returned to the course in time for his second round. The American ultimately finished the tournament tied for eighth place.

Born and raised in England, Sam is now living in Barcelona. He is a digital sports writer and weekend editor for Inside The Games.

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