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Adam Scott lets his clubs do the talking for him

Shane Bacon
Devil Ball Golf

While Tiger Woods bears the brunt of Steve Williams' insensitive comments last week, you could argue that the biggest victim of all this is Adam Scott. The Australian golfer who is having a fantastic season with Williams on the bag will most likely have to make some decision once the HSBC Champions wraps up after his caddie dropped racist remarks about Woods.

But the golf tournament is still going on, and Scott ended the third round with this shot to keep him in contention. Sometimes, you have to just let the clubs do the talking for you.

Scott sits three shots back of Fredrik Jacobson with one round to play.

UPDATE: Scott finished 11T at 12-under, eight shots behind winner Martin Kaymer.

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