The Australian, 33, won his first Major at The Masters back in April and has since finished tied-45th and tied-third at the US Open and British Open respectively.
"It's been a good year," Scott told reporters at Oak Hill, New York - this year's location for the PGA. "It was really pleasing to play well again at the [British] Open... So I feel like I'm in some kind of form coming into the PGA this week.
"I'd really love to get myself in there with a chance to kind of bookend the Masters with a PGA Championship for this year."
As is tradition at the US PGA, Scott is in a group with the other two Major winners - Justin Rose and Phil Mickelson. See all of the tee times for the first two rounds here and read our preview of the tournament here.