ADAM Scott admits he had no say in the Australian Open outcome, as Jordan Spieth pulled off an audacious assault on the Stonehaven Cup.
The Hope Island superstar claimed a share of the lead with an opening birdie before a bogey and double-bogey in successive holes effectively put squashed his prospects.
The world No.3 eventually closed with an even-par 71 to finish a distant nine strokes adrift of Spieth.
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He says he thought he still had a chance going to the back nine but Jordan had his way with the course and there was little he could do about it.
Speith took away the win, smashing he course record at the same time.