Is Scottie Scheffler the latest in a long line of young pros who gets blazing hot for 2 years and then fades away, or does he have what it takes to separate himself and enter the pantheon of generational golfers like Tiger, Jack, Phil and Ben Hogan? To me, his unorthodox footwork and swinging style cuts both ways. Part of me thinks that there's just no way to create consistency under the immense pressure of the Tour grind for as many years as you'd need to win 6-8 majors and 30+ tournaments. But the other part wonders if Scottie's ability to "play golf, not golf swing" and just get the ball in the hole from no matter where he is makes him that unique talent that can pull off win after win after win. We will have to wait and see, but it's hard to bet against a guy that plays like he never has anything to lose.