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Golf Australia Express : December 2013
And if he believes he can do it, why shouldn’t we? “It’s been a dream of mine, like it’s a dream of every other kid’s to be No.1, and I’m as close as I’ve ever been,” Scott said recently. “I’m not going to stop dreaming of it just because Tiger Woods holds the No.1 spot. “We all know how difficult it is to surpass him. Only a few people have done it in the last 15 years and I’ve got my work cut out for me the whole of next year in trying to do that.” Scott’s season reboots at the Tournament of Champions in Hawaii on January 3. Aloha, Tiger. He's coming for you. OTG Driving accuracy 58.77% (148th) 61.84% (84th) Greens in Regulation 62.82% (162nd) 68.8% (11th) Strokes Gained Putting -.888 (180th) .001 (102nd) Scoring average 71.72 (166th) 69.341 (5th) Sand saves 46.74% (123rd) 53.85% (57th) Putting from 15-20 feet 13.43% (171st) 26.19% (5th) Par 5 birdie or better 44.23% (53rd) 49.46% (5th) Consecutive cuts 2 (111th) 26 (2nd) Prizemoney $783,138 (108th) $4,892,611 (6th) ADAM SCOTT: better by the numbers 2013 2009 In 2009, Adam Scott was at a crossroad. His game was failing him badly, and Greg Norman came under fire for using his captain's pick on his mentee at the Presidents Cup. Fast forward four years and the world No.2 is looking back on a career year. Just check out the comparison of Scott's stats below to see how much he has improved during that time. HOW FAR HE HAS COME... the cover