Let $X\subset \mathbb{P}^5$ a smooth pfaffian smooth cubic fourfold hypersurface. It is easy to see that such a hypersurface must contain a quartic scroll surface. I wonder about the inverse question. If a cubic fourfold $X$ contains a quartic scroll, is it a pfaffian?

Part (a) of Proposition 9.2 in Beauville's "Determinantal Hypersurfaces" paper (Michigan Mathematical Journal 48, 2000) says that a cubic fourfold is linear Pfaffian precisely when it contains a quintic del Pezzo surface. One path to settling your question is to determine whether every cubic fourfold $X$ containing a quartic scroll $Q$ also contains a 2plane $P$ for which $Q \cup P$ is a degeneration of a quintic del Pezzo in $X.$ 

