Following early wins at the Honda Classic and the WGC-Cadillac Championship, Scott has struggled for rhythm for much of 2016, failing to crack the top 10 in any of the majors.
He and fellow Australian Marc Leishman were expected to make a serious impact on home soil at the World Cup but even after a final round 65, could only manage a tie for ninth.
Next week sees him compete in the Australian PGA and the 2013 Masters champion admits he is planning to spend plenty of time on the practice ground ahead of his trip to Royal Pines Resort.
The 36-year-old concedes he has been frustrated by his play in recent months but is confident that with the right changes, he will be able to get back on track.
Scott said: "My game's just average at the moment, otherwise we would have been screaming up the board if one of us played really great this week.
"It's fairly solid, but nothing much happening. You know, tighten a few things up, but it's only a good score away and you're there."