GOLF

DOHA, Qatar (AP) Australia's Adam Scott won the Qatar Masters, shooting an 11-under 61 for a three-stroke victory over Sweden's Henrik Stenson.

Scott, also the 2002 winner, had 11 birdies, including five in a row to the start of the round at Doha Golf Club. He finished at 20-under 268.

BASEBALL

WASHINGTON (AP) Nationals catcher Paul Lo Duca was scheduled to have surgery on his left knee Monday to repair what his agent called a minor meniscus tear.

Lo Duca will need "an estimated 3-6 weeks for full recovery," his agent, Andrew Mongelluzzi, wrote in an e-mail to The Associated Press on Sunday.

Washington's pitchers and catchers are scheduled to report to spring training in Viera, Fla., on Feb. 15, which is about 2_ weeks away.

Lo Duca, who signed a $5 million, one-year deal as a free agent this offseason, hurt himself during a workout last week and then had an MRI, the Nationals had announced on Friday. Asked that day if he could comment on the severity of the injury, Nationals general manager Jim Bowden wrote in an e-mail, "We won't know until test results are back."

WINTER X GAMES

ASPEN, Colo. (AP) Shaun White pulled off an improbable 1260 in difficult conditions, rebounding from a shaky performance in slopestyle the day before to win his record-tying seventh gold medal at the Winter X Games Sunday night.

HORSE RACING

ARCADIA, Calif. (AP) Santa Anita canceled racing Sunday for the sixth day this month because of heavy rain that caused wet conditions on the synthetic track.

The track has had drainage problems since its installation last fall.

Live racing was canceled for both Sunday and Monday, but the track was open for simulcast racing, with free admission.