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Adam Scott

Australian Professional Golfer
Male
Born Jul 16, 1980
Age 35
Hometown Adelaide
College University of Nev...
Other Names Scott, Adam Derek

Adam Derek Scott is an Australian professional golfer who plays mainly on the PGA Tour. On 7 January 2007, he reached a career high Official World Golf Ranking of third with a second place finish at the Mercedes-Benz Championship. He has been ranked inside the top 10 for over 220 weeks in his career. Scott has won 18 tournaments around the world, on a number of golf's major tours.… Read More

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  • Mc Ilroy Grabs Wgc Doral Lead With Bogey Free 68
    Yahoo News - Mar 05, 2016
  • Piercy And Fraser Set Pace With 66s At Doral
    Yahoo News - Mar 04, 2016
  • Adam Scott Outlasts Sergio Garcia To Win The Honda Classic
    Chicago Times - Feb 29, 2016
  • Adam Scott Tops Honda Classic For First Win Since May 2014 Espn
    Google News - Feb 28, 2016

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CHILDHOOD

1980 Birth Born on July 16, 1980.

TEENAGE

1997 16 Years Old Scott won the Australian Boys' Amateur in 1997 and 1998. … Read More
2000 19 Years Old Scott turned professional midway through the 2000 season after some impressive performances early in the year on the European Tour.

TWENTIES

2001 - 2002 4 More Events
2003 22 Years Old 1 More Event
In 2003, Scott enjoyed a good run at the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship where he went all the way to the semi finals before losing to eventual champion Tiger Woods on the 19th hole. … Read More
2004 23 Years Old Scott had further success on the PGA Tour in 2004 where he won the flagship event of the tour, The Players Championship. … Read More
2005 24 Years Old 1 More Event
Early in 2005 he won the Nissan Open, but as the tournament was shortened to 36 holes due to heavy rain, it is not recognised as an official victory. … Read More
2006 25 Years Old 1 More Event
Scott played less frequently on the European Tour from 2006 onwards, focusing more on the PGA Tour. … Read More
2007 26 Years Old The 2007 season started for Scott with a second place finish at the season opening Mercedes Benz Championship in Hawaii behind Vijay Singh. … Read More
In 2008 he played enough events on the European Tour to qualify for playing on the Order of Merit for the first time since 2005.
2009 28 Years Old 1 More Event
Scott's form dipped badly in 2009 as he dropped out of the top 50 in the world rankings and finished the year outside of the top 100 on the PGA Tour money list. … Read More
2010 29 Years Old 1 More Event
Despite a quiet couple of years Scott won his seventh career PGA Tour title at the Valero Texas Open in May 2010, prevailing in a 36 hole long Sunday to finish one stroke ahead of Swede Fredrik Jacobson. … Read More

THIRTIES

Scott achieved his best finish at a major championship when he finished in a tie for second place at the 2011 Masters Tournament alongside compatriot Jason Day, two strokes behind the winner Charl Schwartzel. … Read More
2012 31 Years Old 1 More Event
He was the runner-up in the 2012 Open Championship, leading by four strokes with four holes to play before bogeying all of them to lose the title by a stroke to Ernie Els. … Read More
…  His biggest win to date was the 2013 Masters Tournament, his first major championship and the first Masters won by an Australian in its 77-year history. Other significant wins include the 2004 Players Championship and the 2011 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.
In March 2014, Scott tied the course record at Bay Hill Club & Lodge, when he shot a 10-under-par 62 during the first round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational. … Read More
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