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Golf-Scott recovers from 'panic stations' to make bright start at Australian PGA

Golf-Scott recovers from 'panic stations' to make bright start at Australian PGA

A morning rush to locate his clubs was a nightmare for Adam Scott at "panic stations" prior to his tee-off time at a very early hour for the first stage at the Australian PGA Championship but the former world number one shrugged off the drama and made an impressive start in the course at Royal Queensland.

The searching for the clubs ultimately located in Scott's manager's office it was a minor issue in Scott's reunion with the former assistant coach Steve Williams on Thursday.The rest of the day went smoothly for the pair , as Scott made a 66 to take the first clubhouse lead, and finished the day with a group of players tied fifth at five-under and a stroke ahead of the local leaders Min Woo Lee, Jason Scrivener and John Lyras

It was the panic stations.Steve was throwing doors down.Scott joked of the rush to find his bag.In spite of the 6:30 a.m. start time, a huge crowd was already gathered at the 10th hole of Royal Queensland where 2013 Masters winner Scott began his round.The majority of people were there to watch his teammate Cameron Smith, however, on the British Open champion's long-awaited return to his native state of Queensland.

After a full week of media, fan and sponsor events and headline acts, Smith began slowly, but he ended with three birdies over his final four holes to shoot a 68. He will just three shots off the top three.A tired Smith admitted that his brain was "foggy" as he turned the turn without making a birdie and he hoped that his home fans did not think he would be the winner of the A$2 million ($1.35 million) event, which is co-sponsored by the European DP World Tour.

I say, I'm sure , I'm here to play my best golf however, sometimes you can play your best golf and end up finishing in the 20th spot,he said.I went out and did what I needed to accomplish.Min Woo Lee, the sister of two-time major champion women's golf player Minjee Lee, enjoyed an "awesome" day when the golfer sank some huge putts, racking up seven birdies during his round of 65.He said to slot game online mega888.