Harmon: Scott only young golfer who can challenge Woods

Tiger Woods' former coach Butch Harmon believes Australian Adam Scott is the only young player capable of giving the American a run for his money at the top of
the world rankings.

"Adam Scott is the best player under 30 in the world by
far," Harmon said of his protege. "You may get an argument for
Luke Donald or Sergio Garcia but I just think Adam Scott is
above them. He's a truly great talent.

"He is the only one who can challenge Tiger Woods in the
next four or five years. He's the only one I see of the young
players with all the things it takes to get close to Tiger
Woods," Harmon told Sky Television's Golf Night program.

Last month, Scott, ranked No. 5 in the world, fired a record final round of 11-under-par 61 to romp to a
three-shot victory in the European Tour's Qatar Masters.

Harmon, who also coaches world No. 2 Phil Mickelson,
said the 27-year-old from Adelaide was hungry to take on Woods.

"[Scott] is long off the tee, he's a good driver, he's
worked on his putting and is putting consistently now, his wedge
play has got a lot better and I think he wants it more," said

"He wants to be the guy that challenges Tiger Woods."