The 32-year-old claimed his maiden major success with a play-off victory over Argentina's Angel Cabrera at Augusta and has not returned to action since slipping on the Green Jacket.
But he will be reappearing at Jacksonville this week for an event that has been termed 'the fifth major,' with all the top players from around the world converging on Florida for the prestigious event.
Scott was a popular winner of the Masters following his Open Championship meltdown last summer, and he admits that it has been hard to part company with his Green Jacket, which has never been far from him in the past few weeks.
"I walk in the closet and I put the Green Jacket on every morning - I really do," he told reporters. "I've missed it the last couple of days.
"It's the first couple of days I haven't had it with me. It's been a lot of fun just wearing it around the house."
But the Australian admitted that he is not satisfied with just winning the year's first major and wants to achieve even more in 2013.
"I want to keep focused while I can and try to make this my biggest year yet," he added. "I think we can rustle up some celebration when I get home at the end of the year."