Bryce Miller: Adam Scott’s wild, wacky Farmers round offered must-see drama

SAN DIEGO — The round former Masters champion Adam Scott carded Saturday during the Farmers Insurance Open screamed out for meds. The highs and lows, manic and borderline berserk. Momentum in either direction absorbed more punishment than the Washington Generals. The 40-year-old Aussie found the South Course at Torrey Pines all kinds of saucy in just his second trip to the Farmers. The start: bogey, birdie, birdie, double bogey. A four-hole flourish to cap the front nine caused the big black number on No. 4 to fade away: birdie, birdie, par, eagle. No other player carded two-under on No. 9 the…

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