Adam Scott is confident of success at the Masters
Returning to Augusta National Golf Club, Adam Scott expects to show a high result at the Masters tournament this week.
Adam Scott is the former No. 1 of the World Golf Rankings, established in 1986, and best known for winning the Green Jacket at the Masters in 2013, seeing off the 2009 winner Angel Cabrera in a playoff in near-darkness. With this, he achieved his only Major triumph at the moment.
Since those most successful times, Scott has dropped to 32nd place in the world rankings and only once entered the top ten of the tournament. He maintains a fairly good position, but not so grandiose, although he put a lot of effort into his development with his reliable driver and irons, which led him to success 8 years ago.
Despite all this, Scott is full of self-confidence to compete in the first Major of the year.
He spoke about his preparation as follows:
“I’ve really shown no particular form. I’d argue a case that it’s a good bet. I generally perform fairly solidly in majors. It just could be a week that clicks.”
“The course has a way of looking after its past champions. There is some sort of synergy and I’ve felt that over the past few years. It’s got a lot of special things about it. I love going back there.”
“I always tend to focus on the putting going into the Masters. You can become unravelled on those greens and you don’t want that to happen early in the week.”
Scott has 66/1 to win a second Masters title with defending champion Dustin Johnson 9/1 to maintain the Green Jacket.