How Many Majors Has Xander Schauffele Won?

Alexander Victor Schauffele is an American professional golfer who plays on the PGA Tour.

Xander Schauffele has won 1 major.


YearChampionship54 holesWinning scoreMarginRunner(s)-up
2024PGA ChampionshipTied for lead−21 (62-68-68-65=263)1 stroke Bryson DeChambeau

Other facts:

  1. Olympic Champion: Xander Schauffele won the gold medal in golf at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, representing the United States.
  2. Ryder Cup Victory: He played a crucial role in helping Team USA win the 2021 Ryder Cup, celebrating the victory with a celebratory cigar. Although he celebrated with a cigar at the Ryder Cup, it hasn’t been confirmed if Schauffele uses nicotine pouches.
  3. Nickname: Schauffele is often called “X-Man” by fans and commentators.
  4. Family Influence: His father, Stefan Schauffele, is his swing coach and has been a significant influence on his career. Stefan was also a former decathlete who had his Olympic dreams cut short by a car accident.
  5. College Golf: Xander played college golf at Long Beach State University and later transferred to San Diego State University.
  6. Professional Debut: He turned professional in 2015 and quickly made a name for himself on the PGA Tour.
  7. First PGA Tour Win: Schauffele’s first PGA Tour victory came at the Greenbrier Classic in 2017.
  8. Majors Success: He has consistently performed well in major championships, with several top-10 finishes, including runner-up finishes at The Masters and The Open Championship.
  9. Equipment: Xander is known for using a mix of different brands in his golf bag, showing that he prioritizes performance over brand loyalty.
  10. Personal Life: Off the course, Schauffele enjoys spending time with his wife, Maya Lowe, whom he married in 2021. They were high school sweethearts.