Adam Scott is looking to put the nightmare in England behind him.
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The movers and shakers in Las Vegas have weighed in with their picks for the 2012 PGA Championship, and as usual, Tiger Woods is the favorite.
The 14-time Major champion is listed as a 7-4 favorite, followed closely by Englishman Luke Donald and North Irishman Rory McIlroy at 10-3.
Adam Scott, the Australian who seemingly had his name engraved on the Claret Jug at Royal Lytham & St. Annes Golf Course weeks ago when he blew a four-shot lead over the last four holes, checks in at 11-2.
The next American after Tiger is relative newcomer to the big stage, Jason Dufner. The Cleveland native enters the tournament with the same odds as Scott, as do Englishman Justin Rose, U.S. Open champ Webb Simpson and Myrtle Beach's own Dustin Johnson.