Posted August 08, 2012 on
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Adam Scott insists he'll be ready if he has a chance to protect another Sunday lead at a major championship.
He figures if he's in that position this weekend, it will mean he's playing well, and that's more important than whatever bad memories are left over from last month's British Open.
Scott lost a four-stroke lead when he bogeyed the final four holes and gifted the British Open to Ernie Els. In his next tournament - at Firestone last weekend - he finished tied for 45th, but he says it was a bit therapeutic to be on the course playing again.
The PGA Championship starts Thursday at Kiawah Island.
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Ernie Els and Adam Scott walked up to the 18th green at Kiawah Island on Wednesday evening about the time most people in the would be going out for dinner of local specialties shrimp and grits.
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