Xander Schauffele has won in a variety of formats and conditions across his professional career, and the California kid was a cool customer at this week’s Genesis Scottish Open, overcoming the wrong end of the draw at The Renaissance Club for a 7-under total and one-stroke win over Kurt Kitayama.

The 28-year-old Schauffele held a four-stroke lead early in the final round and ceded the advantage to Kurt Kitayama early on his final nine before rallying with birdies on Nos. 14 and 16 to allow the luxury of a closing bogey for the win. Perhaps the hottest player in golf, Schauffele backed up his Travelers Championship triumph and has won in back-to-back PGA TOUR starts, in addition to winning the star-studded JP McManus Pro-Am early last week.

This marks Schauffele’s seventh career TOUR title and third of the season. Schauffele joins Scottie Scheffler and Sam Burns as three-time winners on TOUR this season, and with 500 FedExCup points accrued, Schauffele moves from No. 8 to No. 3 in the FedExCup standings.

The Genesis Scottish Open marked the first co-sanctioned event of the PGA TOUR/DP World Tour strategic alliance and joint venture.