Once the number one golfer, Adam Scott made everybody at a WGC HSBC event that is happening in China, what makes him one of the best players in the world?
Adam played wonderfully on day 3 of the championship with birdies and par. After having poor performance on day 2 of the championship, day three was stunning for Scott. On day two the player suffered a disastrous meltdown by scoring 8 over par 80. However, on day three, he played well and showed to the world why he was the number one golfer in the world in 2013.
On the third day, the player performed reasonably. His score on the third day was 18 strokes off the lead, on 149 at the halfway mark; Scott was 5-over-par. After this performance, Scott made his fans to cheer once again. Though still behind Hideki Matsuyama outright leader of Japan.
Australian another golfer Scott Hend was in the best place scoring round of two even-parts after 144.
Teeing off 10th hole, the payer was stuck with something that seems neutral with 3 straight pars. An action that made him to think things coming back is his 13 and 14 birdies that came back to back. He further gained score at 16 and 18.
The day three was good for Scott but not for all players. Matt Millar from Canberra struggled with two-over-seventy four. It dropped him to T62 and 5-over. Another Australian player Nathan Holman too struggled on third day of the championship. His fight was seventy five-fifteen over. This score brought him just above the player Jimmy Walker.
Presently, Matsuyama is on top of the scoreboard and continuously impressing people with his performance. He maintained 68 boggy free shots. Scott is just 14 strokes behind this player and the player is still less than Stellar another player of the championship.