39-year-old, the 2013 Masters Champion, just won his 14th PGA TOUR title with two-strokes at the Genesis Invitational where Tiger Woods had the hosting responsibilities.
Interestingly, in 2005 Scott had unofficially won the tournament formerly known as the Nissan Open at the Riviera Country Club after severe weather reduced the tournament to just 36-holes.
On Sunday, Scott entered the field tied for the lead with Northern Irishman Rory McIlroy and American Matt Kuchar and ended his day with a comfortable two-strokes win with his putter getting hot when needed. By the end of the day, Scott had won the tournament at 11-under and left Scott Brown, Matt Kuchar and Sung Kang at 9-under to clinch his first PGA TOUR title in over 1442 days. His last win on the PGA TOUR came at WGC-Mexico Championship in 2016.