Adam Scott US Masters Golfers

Australian Adam Scott has one of the most exciting careers ahead of him. Said to be the natural successor of Greg Norman, Scott, together with the great Sergio Garcia, are the only two golfers in the world born in the 1980s, who have made it into the top ten of the official world golf rankings.
The world number 6 will be one of the main contenders for the 2008 Masters, and he will be grateful that there is no water on the 18th at Augusta. He has the uncanny knack of finding water on the final hole but goes on to win the tournament – like at the 2004 Players Championship and at the 2006 Houston Open.
“I feel great about my game but I’m certainly not predicting a win at Augusta,” said the cautious 27-year-old. “I still think I can do some work on my putting. Obviously at the Masters putting is a key factor of getting around the golf course”, he added.
Like many Australians, Adam Scott, US Masters golfer, started his professional career on the European Tour and enjoyed success. He walked away with five wins including the Alfred Dunhill Championship and the Scandinavian Masters. In 2003 he joined the US based PGA Tour and in 2005 he had reached the top ten of the official world golf rankings for the first time.
He had a very productive 2006. He won the Tour Championship and finished third on the PGA Tour money list. He went into 2007 with a career high ranking of third.
He saw close friend and countryman, Geoff Ogilvy claim an unlikely win at the US Open at Winged Foot, and his results at the Majors have been anything but poor, so Adam Scott, US Masters golfer, is not such a far-fetched idea. Ogilvy recently said, “I think my winning the US Open lit something inside Scotty. It fired him up to win soon. Because he is going to win one.”

US Masters Golfers Adam Scott

  • The Masters – Tied 9th in 2002
  • The US Open – Tied 21st in 2006
  • The British Open – Tied 8th in 2006
  • The PGA Championships – T3rd in 2006