Eyes bulging, veins pumping, Adam Scott went berserk on Augusta National’s 18th green 10 years ago – and so did an entire nation.
You can picture it already. That iconic moment.
The Georgian rain belting down, Aussie Marc Leishman quietly fist pumping in the background, and there, in the foreground, the most suave man in Australian sport losing the plot in a moment of primal joy.
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You couldn’t hear the cry over the rapturous celebration around the 18th green, but there was no misreading Scott’s lips that belted out “c’mon Aussie”.
An important fact, that feels destined to be lost to time, is that the 20-foot putt did not win that year’s Masters Tournament, but ultimately put Scott in a playoff with Angel Cabrera.
But to truly understand the significance of the…