Hopefully, you kept all your upset picks for your March Madness bracket. On the PGA Tour, Adam Scott looks like a No. 1 seed who has no intention of losing anytime soon.
Scott continued his incredible play with an opening 67 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. The Aussie shares the early lead after the morning wave at Bay Hill.
Scott is coming off back-to-back wins at the Honda Classic and the WGC-Cadillac Championship. He also finished runner-up at Riviera the week before his two victories.
After six pars on the back nine to begin his day, Scott's round was jumpstarted by an eagle on the par-5 16th after he hit this laser for his second shot:
Scott birdied 18 and then added two more birdies on the front nine during his bogey-free round that has him tied with Henrik Stenson, Brendan Steele, Marc Leishman, and Troy Merritt. Scott has now shot in the 60s in 14 of 17 rounds in 2016.
In his Wednesday press conference, Rory McIlroy joked that golf should drop the anchoring ban when asked about Scott's recent success. And on Thursday, Scott's short putter continued to sizzle. The scariest thing for his opponents? He shot five under while only hitting 10 greens in regulation.