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Sport Adam Scott wins Genesis Open

02:05  17 february  2020
02:05  17 february  2020 Source:   wwos.nine.com.au

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Aussie golfer Adam Scott has kick-started his campaign for a second straight victory with a bogey-free, seven-under par 64 on day two of the 2020 @ Genesis Invitational at the famed Riveria club where he won in 2005 a then fourth of now 13 PGA Tour victories.

Adam Scott holding a baseball bat: Adam Scott has won the Genesis Open in California.© AP Adam Scott has won the Genesis Open in California. Adam Scott has recorded his first PGA Tour victory in four years, with a two shot win at the Genesis Open in California.

The 39-year-old overcame a double bogey early in his round, to hold off a jam-packed leaderboard that included a host of big names, including the likes of Dustin Johnson and Rory McIlroy.

Scott's putter, notoriously fickle over the years, was the key to his victory, holing five putts longer than 10 feet. None were more important than the par he made at the 12th, after missing makeable birdie putts at both the 10th and 11th holes.

Things almost went awry for Scott on the 15th, when his approach shot finished short and right in a greenside bunker. Holding a two shot lead at the time, Scott's wedge from a buried lie ran across the green into the rough, from where the Australian actually did well to make bogey and drop just the one shot.

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LOS ANGELES — Justin Thomas put together enough birdies in a cold rain at Riviera to reach 10-under par and share the lead with Adam Scott when the second round of the Genesis Open was Scott , who won at Riviera in 2005 when rain shortened it to 36 holes, also was 5 under on his round.

Justin Thomas and Adam Scott both had early starts to complete their second and third rounds. American Justin Thomas carded a second successive 65 for a four-shot lead over Adam Scott and JB Holmes after three rounds of the delayed Genesis Open . The third round had to be completed on

He put the result beyond doubt at the par-five 17th, making a great up-and-down for birdie after his second shot finished short and right. Scott's 11 foot putt found the bottom of the cup, giving him a two stroke lead heading to the final hole.

A par at the last gave him a final round of one-under 70, leaving him two shots clear of Matt Kuchar, Sung Kang and Scott Brown.

Rory McIlroy birdied the last to finish in a tie for fifth, three behind Scott, alongside Hideki Matsuyama, Bryson DeChambeau, Max Homa and Joel Dahmen.

The win will mean Scott, already Australia's top ranked player, will move back into the top 10 in the world rankings for the first time since 2017.

It's Scott's 14th win on the PGA Tour, moving him into equal third for the most wins by an Australian, behind only Greg Norman (20 wins) and Jim Ferrier (18), and level with Bruce Crampton.

Scott's victory continues a great run for Australians on the PGA Tour in 2020, with Cameron Smith and Marc Leishman both winning tournaments in January.

It was a weekend to forget for tournament host Tiger Woods, who followed up his third round 76 with a 77 this morning, to finish last at +11.

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