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Golf Influencer Grace Charis Gardens In 'Free Scottie' Shirt

Golf influencer and model Grace Charis is a fan of Scottie Scheffler. Hey, who isn't? Scheffler is ranked as the world's No. 1 golfer (or at least the best in the PGA).

So Charis took to wearing one of those suddenly popular "Free Scottie" shirts while gardening. She revealed as much on social media.

Scheffler, of course, was arrested for allegedly attempting to drive around a fatal accident ahead of the PGA Championship. The tragedy occurred on the morning of the second day of the event and took the life of a 69-year-old man who was working at the tournament in Louisville.

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Some fans sported "Free Scottie" shirts after his arrest, and those shorts began to circulate around the golf world. Many fans of Charis are happy she's hopped on board.

Of course, in the opinion of many, Charis' look in the shirt topped most others. She is, after all, a model on top of being a golf influencer.

As wrote:

"At age 21, Grace is no novice in creating content that blurs the lines between the sport of golf and the realms of fashion and sensuality. Her repertoire includes an array of saucy content, from going braless on the greens to donning a low-cut red top while playing golf in Hawaii. Each post showcases her flair for integrating golf with bold fashion statements, thus attracting a broad spectrum of attention to the sport."

Yeah. Something like that.

As for Scheffler, the decision to drive around the accident resulted in him hitting a police officer.

Scheffler, 27, said the incident was the result of a "chaotic situation" and he intended no harm. The police officer was hospitalized with minor injuries.

"This morning, I was proceeding as directed by police officers. It was a very chaotic situation, understandably so considering the tragic accident that had occurred earlier, and there was a big misunderstanding of what I thought I was being asked to do," a statement from Scheffler read. "I never intended to disregard any of the instructions. I'm hopeful to put this to the side and focus on golf today."

Scheffler finished the PGA Championship in a four-way tie for eighth place at 13 under. He shot a 65 in the final round.