Adam Scott's PGA win by the numbers

Adam Scott's winner's cheque, world ranking and everything else that changed after his victory at the Genesis Invitational in Los Angeles.

Published: 17-Feb-2020      Updated: 06-Dec-2020 By Evin Priest, Australian Associated Press
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* Scott's two-shot triumph at Riviera Country Club on Sunday gave him a 14th official US PGA Tour title.

* Scott is now equal with Bruce Crampton for the third most wins by an Australian in PGA Tour history behind Greg Norman (20) and Jim Ferrier (18).

* Scott jumps seven places to world No.7, his first stint inside the top 10 since June 2017.

* He ends a winless drought of almost four years on the American circuit stretching back to the World Golf Championships event in Florida in March 2016.

* Scott won in back-to-back starts for the first time since 2016, when he won the Honda Classic and WGC-Cadillac.

* Scott wins $US1.674 million ($A2.49m), taking his career earnings to $US55.2m ($A82.1m) and sixth on the PGA Tour's all-time money list.

* He secures a three-year exemption on the PGA Tour, which is one more than regular events because the event at Riviera was made an invitational.

* Scott secures the third win by an Australian on the PGA Tour in 2020, the quickest the country has recorded three victories in a calendar year.

Feb 19 '20

Great work Scotty. You played very composed Sunday even with the bogey-double bogey at 4 and 5.

Feb 19 '20

Awesome to see how you positioned your game in the earlier rounds still one of the greatest swings going around followed you at the presidents cup last year .

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