2011 Masters: Does Adam Scott Have a Chance to Win?
When Adam Scott first broke out onto the golfing scene, he was touted as the next big thing.
From 2003 to 2005, Scott won four PGA Tour events and it looked like all the predictions about him were correct.
It was not if he would win a major tournament but when.
Then something happened. Scott lost his swing. Then he lost his confidence.
By the time Scott won the Valero Texas Open in 2010, he was already written off by many golf fans and writers. He was a has-been, someone whose potential was never reached.
So finding him in a tie for sixth place entering the final round of the Masters is a bit shocking.
Watching him yesterday, Scott seems to have found his swing. More importantly, Scott looked confident out on the course.
He has switched putters to a long, broom-handle putter. If Scott comes from behind to win the Masters, he will be the first player to use a long-putter to win a Major.
You cannot count Scott out today. He is very capable of going very low at any time. He has as much game as anyone else on the course, he just has to find a way to harness it.
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