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The Tour Report

August 21 2013

2:45 PM

Better year, Tiger or Scott?

By Brian Wacker, PGATOUR.COM

JERSEY CITY, N.J. -- Tiger Woods has five wins and enters the Playoffs No. 1 in the standings and in good position to win his third FedExCup.

Adam Scott only has one win, but it was a big one -- the Masters, which was his first career major as he also became the first Australian to slip on the Green Jacket.

So who's season would Scott rather have?

"I'd rather have mine, that's for sure," said Scott, who was also in contention at the PGA Championship and Open Championship.

That's not to say, however, that Scott thinks he has had the better season.

"Five wins?" Scott said. "Tiger's had the best year. It's hard to pass up looking at five wins. I think the next best guy might have two; is that right? That's a great year to win that many times."

Would Woods want to swap his season for Scott's?

"I really don't know," Scott continued. "He may want mine. I mean, No. 15 is proving to be difficult for him, so that would have given him that."

As for Woods' take on his own season, he said, "This year's been a great year so far. I've won at two of my favorite venues, plus winning two World Golf Championships and a PLAYERS in there, it's been pretty good."

Who do you think has had the better season? How much will the next four events determine who has had the better year? Discuss below.