Scottie Scheffler builds five-shot lead at RBC Heritage, rain forces Monday finish

Scottie Scheffler continued his dominant performance at the RBC Heritage, building a five-shot lead before play was suspended due to heavy rain, forcing a Monday finish. Scheffler, fresh off his Masters win, showcased his skills with an impressive eagle and maintained a commanding lead throughout the round.

Despite a strong charge from U.S. Open champion Wyndham Clark, who posted an impressive 65, Scheffler remained in control, sitting at 20-under with three holes left to play when the final round resumes on Monday.

Scheffler's remarkable consistency and near-flawless play since the beginning of the tournament put him in a prime position to secure his fourth win in five tournaments. His performance has been reminiscent of past greats like Bernhard Langer, who also demonstrated dominance in consecutive events.

While other players like Patrick Cantlay and J.T. Poston remained in contention at 15-under, Scheffler's lead seemed insurmountable unless he made significant mistakes on the final day. With his strong mental game and consistent performance, Scheffler appeared poised to clinch another victory at the RBC Heritage.