British Open: Adam Scott back at the Lytham

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British Open: Adam Scott back at the Lytham
The 141st British Championship Open starts from the 19th of July. The four-day event is supposed to end on the 22nd of July. This year the venue for the tournament is Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Course.
The players are once again ready to fight for the Claret Jug. A player who is hoping for this tournament to be a good one for him is Adam Scott. Scott has some history as well at the course.
The last time the Open took place at Lytham in the year 2001. At that time Scott had just turned 21 and this was his first major championship.
Unfortunately for Scott, he missed the cut on his debut. As it was his first time there were not many expectations from him. That year the Open was won by the American, David Duval.
This year Adam Scott will be looking to bounce back and will try to do much better at the Lytham course, where he missed the cut eleven years ago.
After the first time Scott made the cut, he made 29 of 43 major cuts. Recently, Scott has been performing very well and has been very consistent.
The 32-year-old also talked about how he bounced back in his life’s second major. He said, “I remember struggling with my putting and I ended up putting with a round grip for the week, which was kind of weird. It was like just a normal grip from one of my
irons, but I didn't play too bad, obviously”.
Before going into the Championship, Scott had this to say about his current game, “I just feel good about my game. So I'm coming in really confident”.
The Australian professional golfer has been able to fight his way through to the top. Currently, he stands at number 12 in the world golf ranking.
Till now he has been able to bag 18 professional wins. Overall, he won played and won on various tours - 8 wins came from the PGA Tour, 4 came from the Asian Tour, 8 came from the European Tour, 1 came from Sunshine Tour and 2 came from the PGA Tour of Australia.
He has a good chance of winning the big title, he just needs to remain consistent about his performance and fully concentrate on his game.



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