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Scott strikes again

Adam Scott snatched another victory at Riviera, but this time it counted. He survived a frantic Sunday with just enough clutch putts for birdie, par, even a bogey, closing with 1-under 70 for a two-shot victory ahead of Sung Kang in the Genesis Invitational. The victory comes 15 years after Scott won a playoff at Riviera that didn't count as official because rain shortened the tournament to 36 holes.

"I'm stoked with this," he said. "It's a big step, whatever point in my career I'm at. I haven't won for three years. This feels very special."