"It's going to happen one day. We say it but it's up to one of us to make it happen," Scott told reporters.
"I've certainly developed a real level of comfort with the golf course in the last three years, so I say that (an Australian will win the Masters) quietly confident that I believe I can make it happen one of these years."
Scott has demons of his own to exorcise after losing out in dramatic fashion at last year's British Open whee he ended his final round with four consecutive bogeys.
But Scott is adamant he has learned from the experience and is ready to go for it at Augusta.
He added: "When I got in position to win again, that's when it was gut-check time as a player, to not let it become a thing... that you struggle to close out a golf tournament.
"I don't dwell on it at all. I just take the positives. It was great for me to play so well for so long. You need a little bit of winner's luck.
"Everyone who wins a tournament has it, but it's not something you can make happen. I guess it just happens and when it's meant to be, it's meant to be.
"That stuff, you can't control, but I think the golfing gods sort all that kind of stuff out."