MELBOURNE - World number two Adam Scott said Wednesday that winning the Australian Masters at Royal Melbourne this week would cap a breakthrough year in which he won his first major. Scott is defending the title he won at Melbourne's Kingston Heath last year which acted as a springboard to becoming the first Australian to claim the US Masters at Augusta in April. But the lure of winning at the famous Royal Melbourne club -- consistently rated among the world's greatest courses -- holds a special significance for him. "People say you haven't achieved everything in golf unless you've won the Open at St Andrews," Scott told reporters. "But for an Australian I think to win a tournament at Royal Melbourne is the same kind of thing and I'd love to do that."–AFP