2018: Scott made his debut in 2018 as the power team with his brother Rick. They even got up early and played 18 holes and drank 24 Two-Hearteds to prepare. But Mel's cheating was too much to handle and lost a blowout 5&4 match. Shedding his loser of a brother, he teamed up with Dan Saturday morning and played well but there was not much that could be done against the two studs Brandon and Brad. Scott then had former LVP and current degenerate Luke to square off against. There must have been a glitch in the scorecards because Scott fired a 92 and that was not enough to win finishing his debut year 0-3. Pathetic!
2019: Scott had a much better showing in this year's Ryder Cup. He want 2-1-0 with both wins being overwhelming in his favor. Unfortunately, Scott was unable to get a win with his partner, Zale in the Friday afternoon round. He was able to join Santini on Saturday morning and smoke the Bandit and Patty. His afternoon matchup against Patty went well in his favor, up 5 at the turn and never looking back, winning 8&6.
2020: Scott was unable to attend the COVID Cup but will be back in 2021.
Scott spends most of his summer golfing and drinking. So he fits into the Ryder Cup format very well. His only weakness is having to chorale is no-good brother to the tee box.
Ryder Cup Highlight
Since Scott hasn't won a match yet, his Ryder Cup highlight would have to involve the 3am Euchre games where he spilled beers and drinks repeatedly.
Scott once woke up after a night at the horse track with a wrapped up hot dog still in his back pocket. Classy!