If you thought that his superlative play and a green jacket already hanging in his locker was consolation enough for Angel Cabrera after a playoff loss at last year's Masters Tournament, you would be grossly mistaken. The two-time major champion from Argentina isn't satisfied with moral victories.
In 16 months that bridged 2008 and most of 2009, Adam Scott went from No. 3 in the world to No. 65. "I was just treading water and slowly kind of drowning out there," Scott said. He took the opportunity to come back better than he was before - to rethink, retool and rebuild his whole approach.
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