NO FUSS AS SCOTT TAKES OVER FROM TIGER

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LOS ANGELES: Adam Scott’s rise to the top of the world golf rankings on Monday won’t come courtesy of a clutch putt or be heralded by a spray of champagne. The 2013 Masters Champion will supplant Tiger Woods atop the rankings after sitting out this week, achieving a coveted accolade in what even Scott admitted was somewhat anti-climactic fashion. The 33-year-old Australian will finally follow in the footsteps of compatriot Greg Norman, and he’ll take his new ranking for a spin in Fort Worth, Texas, next week after adding the US PGA Tour’s Colonial to his schedule. He’s the first Australian to claim the top spot since Norman ruled the list for 331 weeks in the 1980s and 1990s.

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