Adam Scott looking to "bookend" season with victory at US PGA Championship

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Adam Scott says that victory at this week's US PGA Championship would be a nice way to "bookend" his season.

Adam Scott has said that victory at this week's US PGA Championship would "bookend" his season.

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.

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