Masters Champ Adam Scott Says 'Our Time Is Now' For His Generation of Players

Adam Scott celebrates with caddie Steve Williams after winning the 2013 Masters (Simon Bruty/SI). Adam Scott celebrates with caddie Steve Williams after winning the 2013 Masters (Simon Bruty/SI).






On the length of his break, and what he’s been doing:

“I've been up to not a lot. I've really tried to do not too much and take a little off time and enjoy myself. In the last three weeks I've been working on the game; and the last two weeks with my coach, Brad [Malone], he's here. So we're tuning up for Honda. I haven't been competitive but I've certainly been working on all areas of the game. Like where it's going. It's not the first time I've taken a six-week break at the start of the year. I mean, last year, I think I took 11 weeks off between events. So I don't think -- I'm hoping, anyway, that there's not going to be too much rust next week at Honda.”


On how long the euphoria of winning the Masters lasted:
On what he was doing wrong before 2010, when he sat down for an honest but painful evaluation of his career to that point:

“I think back then, I certainly just relied too much on talent and kind of threw the balls up in the air in the hope that I was going to have a good week at the Masters and a good week at the U.S. Open and the Open the PGA, and it was kind of luck of the draw whether that showed up, and it never did. It did at the Players that week [in 2004], but it didn't at the other ones. ...



On the difference between getting into a playoff and getting into a playoff that you wind up winning:

On the club losing its famed Eisenhower Tree, which stood on the 17th hole, to an ice storm:

On Tiger’s play in the majors:


On what he might serve for the Champions Dinner:

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