Scott administered IV in advance of Round 3


ATLANTA – Adam Scott arrived at East Lake early Saturday with a fever and chills and doctors administered an IV before he teed off at 9 a.m. (ET) for his third round.

Scott’s swing coach Brad Malone told that the Australian, who began the day alone in second place and four strokes behind frontrunner Henrik Stenson, was “tired last night and had a restless night sleep.”

Malone said Scott was feeling better before teeing off but he was off to a horrid start with bogeys at Nos. 1 and 3 and a double bogey-6 at the fifth to drop into a tie for 10th place.