Scott Forgets British Open Collapse

Adam Scott says his 2013 US Masters feels a long way away from his 2012 British Open collapse.

The 32-year-old became the first Australian to ever win the US Masters with a play-off victory over Argentina’s Angel Cabrera at Augusta National on Sunday.

It was only last year that Scott let slip a four-shot lead with four holes remaining at the British Open to lose to Ernie Els.

Reflecting on it, Scott said: ‘‘I don’t know how that happens.

‘‘It seems a long way away from a couple of years ago here and even last July when I was trying to win another major.

‘‘It fell my way today. There was some luck there somewhere.

“I don’t know how to digest it at all at the moment but it was incredible. It’s incredible to be in this position. I’m honoured.’’

Ben somerford
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