Swing work in hand, Brown looking forward to Bay Hill

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March 19, 2014 ORLANDO, FL -- After winning on the tour more than a year ago, Scott Brown hasn't been where he wants to be on Sundays. A lot of that has to do with some recent swing changes.

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Slowly but surely, the North Augusta native says he's got his swing where he wants it.

In Oct. and Nov., everything seemed to be working well. Brown earned two top 10 finishes at the Frys.com Open and the McGladrey Classic. Since the new year, Brown's highest finish was a tie for 24th at the Hyundai Tournament

This week at Bay Hill, Brown finally feels comfortable, and ready for a much better performance.

"Each week gets a little bit better, for sure. I'm getting a little more comfortable with the swing change I'm making. I just got to go out and play. I'm finally to the point where I can kind of turn it loose and trust what I've got," Brown said.

At the Arnold Palmer Invitational Brown tees off at 9 AM Thursday, he's playing with Ken Duke and Derek Ernst.



 
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