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Adam Scott and Camilo Villegas turn back the clock

Nov 13, 2023

Like a good red wine, Adam Scott keeps getting better with age, finishing T5 in the FedExCup Fall’s Bermuda Championship. The prequel to next year’s FedExCup season sees players vying to finish in the top 125 in the FedExCup Fall standings thru The RSM Classic to be exempt into all Full-Field events and THE PLAYERS Championship next season.
Additionally, Nos. 51-60 in the standings at the conclusion of The RSM Classic will qualify for two Signature Events in 2024 via The Next 10 (AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, The Genesis Invitational).
The Bermuda Championship was won by Camilo Villegas (-24) by two shots from Alex Noren. It has been a long time between drinks for Camilo, earning his fifth career PGA TOUR victory in his 388th start at the age 41 years, 10 months, 5 days. It was his first victory since the 2014 Wyndham Championship, snapping a winless drought of 9 years, 2 months, 26 days (or 3,374 days).
For the 14-time PGA TOUR winner Adam Scott, it was his fifth top-10 finish of the season in his tournament debut. I’m sure Aussie fans can’t wait to see him on our shores in a few weeks to compete in the Australian Open and PGA Championship. After rounds of 65-67-66-67 (-19), Scott must be some chance to turn back the clock to add another Australian Crown to his bulging trophy cabinet.
Other Aussies in the Bermuda field included Lucas Herbert (T30) and Cameron Percy (T70). Harrison Endycott and Greg Chalmers missed the cut. SEE FULL LEADERBOARD.
The final FEDEXCUP Fall event is the RSM Classic played at St Simons Island, Georgia Nov 16. Aaron Baddeley, Harrison Endycott and Cameron Percy are all looking for a strong result to gain access to several events in the 2024 season.