Gold Coast: Adam Scott sealed his first tournament win in almost four years on Sunday when he shot 3-under 69 to win the Australian PGA Championships by two shots.
Scott’s win gave him the 30th title of his professional career and his second Australian PGA crown after his win at Royal Pines in 2013. He was edged into second place by compatriot Greg Chalmers in a thrilling seven-hole playoff on the same course in 2014.
Scott’s last tournament win came three years, nine months, 16 days ago at the WCG Cadillac Classic in Miami where he beat Bubba Watson by a shot.
His win in front of a home crowd completed a solid year and lifted him from 18th to 13th on world rankings.
Scott finished with a 72-hole total of 275, 13 under par and two shots ahead of New Zealand’s Michael Hendry who matched Scott’s final round 69.