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A two-time winner on the Asian Tour following victories in the 2005 Myanmar Open and 2006 Philippine Open which helped him finish in the top-20 of the Order of Merit. In 2007, he enjoyed another steady season by placing 22nd on the rankings following one Top-10 and six other top-20s. Scott also enjoyed some measure of success in Europe last season where he secured his Tour card for 2008 after placing 106th on the money list. One of the main highlights was finishing 10th in the Dunhill Links Championship in Scotland and winning the pro-am team event. In 2006, Scott claimed his second title in the region when he coasted to a five-stroke victory in the Philippine Open at Wack Wack Golf and Country Club. Prior to his triumph, the Aussie finished Top-10 in the Okinawa Open, Enjoy Jakarta HSBC Indonesia Open and Aamby Valley Asian Masters in India. Claimed his second Top-10 result at the Hero Honda Indian Open. Led at the halfway stage of the Barclays Singapore Open with Ernie Els before a back injury saw him settle for tied 12th place. In 2005, he broke through in a big way at the Myanmar Open, beating title holder Thongchai Jaidee of Thailand in the final round with a closing 67. He went on to contend at the Thai Airways International Thailand Open in the following week before finishing tied third. During the final round in Blue Canyon in Phuket, Scott called on a rule infringement on himself when his ball moved during his putting stroke and it proved decisive as he finished one shot outside the play-off. Prior to his debut in Asia, he has played with little success since 2003, focusing on his golf back home in Perth, Australia.
1 - 2005 Myanmar Open, 2006 Philippine Open.
1 - 2008 The Celtic Manor Wales Open