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Adam Scott Golfer Childhood & Early Life

Adam Scott Australian professional golfer was born on July 16, 1980, in Adelaide, Australia, to golfers Phil and Pam Scott. His father taught him how to play golf when he was four years old. He attended the Lady George Kindergarten for his elementary education. When he was nine years old, his family relocated to Queensland's Sunshine Coast. Let us find more about Adam Scott.

Adam Scott Golfer Biography

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Adam Scott (Golfer)

Adam Scott briefly attended the Matthew Flinders Anglican College there before being transferred to the Gold Coast, Queensland, in 1993. The Kooralbyn International School awarded him his diploma for high school. Adam took golf there as a second subject because the school is known for its brilliance in golf coaching. He was well above his fellow golfer students in terms of his golfing talent and while attending the institute, his enormous potential in the sport was evident.

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His selection to the Golf Australia National Squad soon came as recompense for his remarkable golfing ability. Soon after, he moved to the US and enrolled at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. (UNLV).

Adam Scott Golfer Professional Career

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Adam Scott celebrating his win

Adam Scott (golfer) became a professional during the 2000 campaign after turning in a few impressive showings on the European Tour early in the year. He received an admission card for the 2001 European Championship for his strong results on the professional circuit.

Adam Scott captured his first European Tour championship by winning the Alfred Dunhill Championship in Johannesburg during his first-ever full professional season. The following year, he started competing on the U.S. Tour, and as a result, he started winning competitions on both sides of the Atlantic.

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Adam Scott became the sport's youngest champion when he claimed the 2003 Player's Championship. One of the pinnacles of his career was his victory in the U.S. Tour Championship in 2006, which concluded the season.

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Adam Scott came in third place among golfers who earned the most money that year. The following year, he increased his standing to No. 3, and in 2008, he took home the Byron Nelson Championship. However, his performance suffered in the 2009 season, dropping his ranking to as low as 76 as a result of a confluence of physical problems and emotional losses.

Adam Scott Masters

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Adam Scott in the famous Masters jacket

After quickly recovering from his worst professional performance, Adam Scott won his eighth PGA Tour title at the Valero Texas Open in May 2010 and the Australian Open in December 2009. Scott tied with fellow golfer Jason Day for second place at the 2011 Masters Tournament and went on to win his first World Golf Championship after winning the 2011 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.

After being sacked by Tiger Woods on July 20, 2011, Steve Williams, Woods' longtime caddy, caddied for Scott. He was able to enter the top 10 for the first time in more than two years thanks to the victory.

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The biggest defeat of Scott's professional career came in 2012 when he lost the Lancashire Open Championship to Ernie Els by a single stroke after blowing a four-stroke lead and making bogeys on the final four holes. Unfazed, he continued playing under intense pressure and triumphed at the 2013 Masters Tournament in Augusta, Georgia. By winning the FedEx Cup Playoffs and The Barclays in August 2013, he extended his winning streak and rose to number two in the world rankings.

Adam Scott PGA

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Adam Scott during PAG Tour

Scott attained the world's top spot on May 19, 2014, after winning the Australian PGA Championship and the Australian Masters, both of which were played at the end of 2013. After Greg Norman accomplished the feat in 1998, he became the first Australian to occupy the top spot in golf. He held the number one spot for eleven weeks before Rory McIlroy dethroned him in August 2014.

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Adam Scott Wife

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Adam Scott and Marrie (Adam Scott wife)

Adam Scott married Swedish architect Marie Kojzar in April 2014 after having a sporadic relationship with tennis player Anna Ivanovic in 2010 and 2011. In the early and middle of the 2000s, Adam Scott wife - Kojzar was his longterm girlfriend. They eventually parted ways, only to be back together in 2013. Adam Scott is a resident of The Pines Golf Course Sanctuary Cove, which is located on Queensland's Gold Coast.

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