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Aussie Adam Scott not interested in using a rangefinder to help

Adam Scott won’t be taking up the offer of using electronic assistance at this week’s PGA Championship as he declared he was ready to stop “spinning my wheels” and collect a second major championship.

The US PGA has allowed the use of electronic rangefinders for the first time at the event in Kiawah Island, South Carolina, but the professional take-up could be small.

Scott was among those to declare he would back in his own yardage books with his caddie on the tough Ocean Course layout where windy conditions could cause havoc.

“I don’t intend on using it. I’d be surprised if John (his caddie) uses the rangefinder. But we’ll see. I really don’t know what guys are going to do this week,” Scott said ahead of his first round, which will begin at 9.39pm on Thursday AEST.

“I think if the book says one thing and the rangefinder says another thing, which one should you…

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