Scheffler, 27, has incredibly found 90% of the greens in regulation in the early part of the 2024 PGA Tour season.
But the World No.1 has continued to struggle on the greens with a -0.294 strokes-gained putting stat that sees him rank 117th.
Scheffler has turned to putting legend Phil Kenyon, who recently spoke to GolfMagic about his work with the six-time PGA Tour winner.
While the putter is still very much a work in progress, Scheffler admits he is ready to roll at famed TPC Scottsdale this week as he bids to win the WM Phoenix Open for a third time in a row.
Should Scheffler win this week's WM Phoenix Open, where he starts a warm 5/1 favourite in Arizona, then he would become the first player to achieve the feat since Steve Stricker won the John Deere Classic three straight years from 2009 to 2011.
A victory this week would also see him match late great Arnold Palmer's record in winning the Phoenix Open three times in a row, a feat achieved by The King in 1963.
Scheffler was quizzed by one reporter on how his new Logan Olson prototype putter is feeling on the eve of the tournament.
He replied with one word:
When asked to elaborate, Scheffler replied:
Scheffler is also excited to move away from the poa greens of Pebble Beach last week to the TiffDwarf Grass of TPC Scottsdale.
Although the WM Phoenix Open is not a signature event on the PGA Tour schedule, it still gets Scheffler's juices flowing, especially as its the highest-attended regular PGA Tour event of the season.
That is largely down to the lure of the iconic Stadium Hole Par-3 16th.
The 2022 Masters champion said:
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Scottie Scheffler is bidding to become the first player since Steve Stricker in 2011 to win the same PGA Tour event three times in a row this week. Will he get the job done at the WM Phoenix Open?— GolfMagic (@GolfMagic) February 8, 2024