Adam Scott broke a course-record while working on his golf game on the Sunshine Coast.
Adam Scott has been seeing out the coronavirus pandemic back home in Queensland and he’s been making sure his game is ready for whenever the PGA Tour gets back underway.
The 2013 Masters champion has been seen at Royal Queensland Golf Club, home to this year’s Australian PGA Championship, as well as sneaking in a round at one of the lesser-known golf courses in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland.
According to the PGA Tour’s Evin Priest, Scott double-bogeyed the first at Maleny Golf Club on his way to carding a new course-record 6-under 62.
Wondering how Adam Scott is swinging it? Double-bogeyed first during a course-record 62 at Maleny GC on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast. Quietly slipped in to the muni, played with a mate, then signed some autographs for kids. A very Adam Scott day. Watch: https://t.co/ci61hl33EL
— Evin Priest (@EvinPriest) April 23, 2020
And a few more vids of Adam Scott at Maleny thanks to Wayne Perske Performance Golf: