MERIDITH SCUDDER is the long-term partner and wife of world number one ranked golfer Scottie Scheffler.
Scheffler is currently leading the Masters and looks set to win his first ever green jacket.
Scudder is co-founder, vice president and an event planner for With Purpose College Station – a company who support the lives of those affected by Childhood cancer.
And alongside that, the American is also ambassador of nutrition organisation Juice Plus.
But what is her background and history with golfing idol Scottie Scheffler?
Who is Meridith Sucdder?
Born in Texas, America, Meriditch Scudder was raised by mother Michelle Scudder and father Mark Scudder.
She grew up with two siblings – a brother named Andrew and a sister who went by the name of Stephanie.
In 2014, Meridith graduated from Highland Park High School where she would meet long-term lover Scottie Scheffler before attending Texas A&M University as a communication major and a business major.
However, Scheffler studied at the University of Texas – A&M University’s rivals, but that didn’t stop the pair from regularly visiting each other or deter Meridith from securing her Bachelor’s degree in 2018.
What is Meridith Scudder’s history with Scottie Scheffler?
Unlike various sports stars partners, Scudder isn’t known for her influence on social media.
Despite the pair being connected with each other since their school days – almost eight years in total.
But following a brief two-year post university internship in Zambia, Scheffler popped the question which Meridith took to her Instagram to announce.
The couple had a planned for a wonderland themed wedding and officially tied the knot six months later on December 11 2020.
Has there been any controversy in Scudder and Scheffler’s relationship?
Thankfully for the couple, there hasn’t been any major controversy known to social media.
However, when Scheffler was preparing for the Sentry Tournament of Champions last year, the American golfer cracked his most cherished Nike VR Pro Limited Edition model which he had been using since 2011.
But Scudder came to his rescue by bringing TEN potential 3-woods to the Royal Oaks Country Club, leading him to top Korn Ferry Tour points list in 2019 and earn PGA Tour Rookie of the Year.