Adam-Scott

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adam Scott has been a professional golfer since 2000. Since then the Australian has won 11 PGA Tour and 9 European Tour competitions.

Birthday: 16/07/1980

Birthplace: Adelaide, Australia

Official World Golf Ranking: 12th

Height: 6ft 0in

Studied: University of Nevada-Las Vegas

Golf Hero: Greg Norman who along with former coach Butch Harmon, urged him to play on the European Tour.

Best results in Majors:
Masters – 1st (2013)
US Open – T4 (2015)
Open Championship – 2nd (2012)
PGA Championship – 3rd (2006)

At 19, in the 2000 Greg Norman Holden International in Sydney, his 63 was a record 10-under par score for an amateur on the European Tour.

The six-time Presidents Cup player’s victory at the 2011 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational was founded on an opening 62 at Firestone.

In 2013, Scott won the US Masters in an enthralling last day of golf. In one of the most exciting finishes to a major tournament in recent history, Scott sunk a 25-foot birdie on the final hole and finished tied on -9 with Angel Cabrera. On the second sudden death play-off hole, he held a 12-foot putt to become the first Australian to win the coveted green winner’s jacket.

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In the next chapter of Scott’s golf career, he never finished worse than T16th.

On May 19th, Scott arrived at the top of golf’s rankings and he was ranked number 1 in the ranking for the next 11 weeks.

The Australian has also been agonisingly close to winning the Open Championship on a few occasions now. At Royal Lytham in 2012 Scott surrendered a four shot lead with four holes to play by bogeying them all. With Ernie Els making a late birdie, Scott lost by one.

At Muirfield in 2015, Scott led from the front on the final days only to falter at the final hurdle. A late surge from Phil Mickleson meant the Australian suffered heartbreak once more.

 

Some times you get the luck of the draw and sometimes you don’t. That is what world number one Adam Scott is reflecting on as he heads back home to the Bahamas after the 2014 Open Championship.   Scott shot his best score of the week in the final round…

Adam Scott reached a world ranking of number one for the first time in May, and ever since he has been doing his best to stick to instructions from Greg Norman, to “run with it”. Scott spoke exclusively to Robin Barwick as he prepares for the 2014 Open Championship Being…

Adam Scott of Australia shakes hands with Jason Dufner after a birdie putt on the thrid playoff hole to defeat him and win the 18th hole during the Final Round of the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial at the Colonial Country Club on May 25, 2014 in Fort Worth, Texas. (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images

Australia’s Adam Scott poses with the Leonard trophy after winning on a third playoff hole on the 18th hole during the Final Round of the Crowne Plaza Invitational at the Colonial Country Club on May 25. Photography: Tom Pennington/Getty Image Adam Scott hits his approach shot on the 18th hole…

Adam Scott wins Crowne Plaza Invitational

Adam Scott of Australia consolidated his position as World Number 1 with a victory in the PGA Tour’s Crowne Plaza Invitational. He defeated America’s Jason Dufner in a playoff for the title. Both Scott and Dufner began the round two shots behind the leaders, but they rallied with final rounds…

Scott Cadillac 2013

Last Monday Adam Scott became the 17th person to be crowned Golf World Number One. Golf Monthly looks at Scott's journey to this title from the past year.

With Tiger Woods still recovering from injury Adam Scott was crowned Golf World Number One this morning as the World Rankings were released Woods has been losing 0.2 points a week during his injury lay off and Scott managed to overhaul him following the HP Byron Nelson Championship at the…

Adam Scott beat Angel Cabrera on the second extra play-off hole at Augusta National to claim his first major championship and become the first Australian winner of the Masters

Australia's Adam Scott fired a closing round of 66 to win The Barclays at Liberty National Golf Club by a single stroke from a group of four players, including Tiger Woods.