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Top-ranked Scheffler getting advice on how to be number one dad at PGA

As the world's top ranked golfer Scottie Scheffler does not need advice on how to improve his game, but was getting plenty of input on how to be a number one dad on Tuesday as the first time father went to work preparing for the PGA Championship.

With four wins in his last five starts, including a second Masters Green Jacket last month, it seemed the best chance of stopping Scheffler from adding another major to his collection was keeping him at home in Texas.

But with baby Bennett arriving last week Scheffler is at the Valhalla Golf Club where he faces the unfamiliar challenge of teeing it up as a parent.

"Get some sleep," advised Tiger Woods, winner of four PGA Championships, including in 2000 when the major was also played at Valhalla. "He and Meredith having their first, and as we all of us who have had children (know), those are some tough years ahead of them.

"As I said, try and get some rest as much as you possibly can.

"He's the number one player in the world, and having a great, stable family life at home is important to having a great life out here on Tour."

The reality of being a professional golfer and a new dad hit home quickly and hard on Monday when Scheffler had to tell his new born he had to go to work.

In that brief moment Scheffler sounded like someone who had just carded a triple-bogey but like every other parent was back on the job putting food on the family table, which will not be a problem for a golfer that has already won close to $20 million this season.

"I feel like I haven't really gotten too much unsolicited advice, which I'm a bit thankful for," smiled Scheffler. "Right now I'm literally just standing there changing diapers and handing him back to Meredith so he can feed, and just letting him