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Scott wins shortened Nissan Open

August 30, 2018
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Australia’s Adam Scott wins the rain-hit Nissan Open in asudden-death playoff in Los Angeles. (The Age — 22 February, 2005)
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Australian golfer Adam Scott has won the rain-hit Nissan Open in asudden-death playoff in Los Angeles. (Sydney Morning Herald — 22 February, 2005)
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Australia’s Adam Scott won the rain-hit Nissan Open in a sudden-death playoff at the Riviera Country Club in California on Monday. (CNN — 22 February, 2005)
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Australias Adam Scott won the rain-hit Los Angeles PGA event in a sudden-death play-off this morning (Australian time) becoming the first PGA Tour winner in nine years to be crowned champion after (ABC News — 22 February, 2005)
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Australia’s Adam Scott won the rain-hit Nissan Open in a sudden-death playoff today. (The Australian — 22 February, 2005)
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Australia’s Adam Scott has beaten golfer Chad Campbell in asudden-death playoff at the Nissan Open, the first PGA Tour eventin nine years reduced to 36 holes. (Sydney Morning Herald — 22 February, 2005)
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Adam Scott is $A1.1 million richer and in the world top 10 rankingsafter winning one of the more bizarre tournaments in recent US PGATour history. (Sydney Morning Herald — 22 February, 2005)
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Tiger Woods’ bid to reclaim the the world No.1 ranking became a little more difficult when the rain-delayed Nissan Open second round finally resumed today. (The Australian — 21 February, 2005)
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Rain has washed out the Nissan Open golf, raising the possibilityof the US PGA Tour’s first 36-hole event in nearly nine years. (Sydney Morning Herald — 20 February, 2005)
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Play was washed out at the Nissan Open in Los Angeles on Saturday after a second consecutive day of heavy rain, virtually ensuring that the tournament will carry over into Monday. (CNN — 20 February, 2005)
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Adam Scott puts himself in contention for a US PGA Tour victorythat may not feature in official records. (The Age — 22 February, 2005)
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Queensland youngster Steven Bowditch confirmed his status as arising star of Australian golf with a commanding victory in theJacob’s Creek Open at Royal Adelaide yesterday. (The Age — 21 February, 2005)
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It is shaping as another cold, rain-soaked weekend at the LosAngeles PGA event – not that Robert Allenby seems to mind. (The Age — 20 February, 2005)
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