Schauffele carded a final-round 67 to capture the gold medal in the rescheduled Olympic competition in the summer of 2021 in Tokyo. The 2020 Games were pushed back one year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Schauffele has been a model of consistency in his six U.S. Open starts that includes a share of third in 2019 at Pebble Beach and a tie for fifth in his debut at Erin Hills in 2017. That finish popelled the former San Diego State standout to rookie-of-the-year honors on the PGA Tour. Schauffele now owns seven PGA Tour victories, including the season-ending Tour Championship in 2017, the 2022 Travelers Championship and 2022 Genesis Scottish Open. He was the runner-up to Tiger Woods in the 2019 Masters, his best finish in a major. Schauffele enjoyed a distinguished amateur career that included winning the 2014 California State Amateur, and the 2010 California State High School titles. Started college career at Long Beach State and was the 2012 Big West Conference Freshman of the Year before transferring to San Diego State to play his final three seasons. Still holds a number of SDSU records, including all-time scoring average (71.50) and lowest tournament score in relation to par (-17). One of his teammates at SDSU was 2014 U.S. Amateur champion Gunn Yang. Born to German/French naturalized immigrant father and a Chinese Taipei/Japanese naturalized immigrant mother. His great-grandfathers were both talented athletes. Johann Hoffmann (soccer) won multiple Bohemian, Austrian and French titles, while Richard Schauffele excelled in soccer and track and field, garnering more than 40 titles in discus, javelin and the shot put. Member of the victorious 2019 and 2021 U.S. Presidents Cup and 2021 Ryder Cup teams.