Australian golfer Adam Scott described his victory in the recently concluded Australian PGA Championship as the icing on the cake for what has been the most memorable year of his professional career.
Scott, who won the Augusta Masters this year, his first major title, went on to win the Australian PGA Championship at the Royal Pines this weekend, finishing with a lead of four shots ahead of American hotshot Rickie Fowler.
Scott finished with a total score of 14 under 270 in what was a brilliant score for the Australian where as the American golfer Fowler managed a score of 10 under where as fellow Australian Jack Wilson from Victoria came third with a score of 8 under.
According to Scott, it is all that he wanted this week and he added that he is happy that it all panned out the way he had wanted.
Scott, who has been hailed throughout his country and by many professionals after his first major success earlier in the year, is in the form of his life and the win at the Australian PGA is perhaps the recognition from his own club that the time is right for him to go higher up in the rankings.
He still has two more events in Australia in the coming weeks, including the Australian Masters and after that he will take part in the World Cup of Golf which will also take place in the Royal Melbourne Golf Club.
Scott hailed the performance of Fowler and mentioned that he realized he needed to do something because the score was too close for comfort and he is happy that he finally managed to win the event with a brilliant score in the end. And he also hailed the Victorian Wilson for his performance in the event as well.