USPGA Odds: Scott Stays Positive For Final Major
August 08, 2012
Adam Scott refuses to get down on himself for his British Open collapse and goes into the final major championship of the season at Kiawah Island on a positive note this week.
Scott should have joined the elite club of major champions after leading from the opening day at Royal Lytham but blew a four shot lead with four holes to play to pull defeat from the jaws of victory.
A first major triumph still awaits the Aussie number one who is in the US PGA Championship betting at $31 with IASbet. Scott was practising on the iconic Ocean Course which is the venue of this year’s final major and said at his press conference the British Open defeat is already behind him.
“I’ve been disappointed a lot of times at majors, even though I’ve never been closer to one maybe,” he said.
“There wasn’t that much healing for me. I certainly analyzed the last few holes a little bit and took out of it what I wanted, and then just thought about how great I played. I felt like it was my week, and I played like a champion, but I just didn’t . . . I played four poor holes at the end.”
Four-time USPGA champion Tiger Woods is favourite to land his first major title in over four years after returning to something like his old form this season. IASbet offer Woods at $11 after winning three PGA Tour titles and big displays at the US Open and British Open, where he finished tied third.
Defending champion Keegan Bradley returned to form to steal the Bridgestone Invitational title from Jim Furyk last weekend and both golfers figure prominently in the betting, Bradley is $41 and Furyk $51.
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