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Birthdate: July 16, 1980
Nationality: Australian
Turned Professional: 2000
Current Tour: PGA Tour (joined 2003), European Tour (joined 2000)

Adam Scott is seen by some analysts as the next in line to the Aussie golf throne after Greg Norman – winning nine times on five continents, all with youthful style and flair.
As an amateur career he enjoyed victories in the 1996 & 1997 Australian Junior Championship, the 1996 New Zealand Junior Championship and the 1997 Doug Sanders World Junior Championship. He followed this streak with consecutive top 10 finishes on the 2000 European Tour as an amateur at the Benson & Hedges International Open and the Moroccan Open. In 2000, Scott turned pro and impressive finishes in Ireland, Scotland, Belgium and Germany helped Adam to secure his European Tour card in only seven tournaments. Outside of golf, Adam enjoys following all sports, fashion and music.

Professional Career Bio:

Scott’s first season in 2001 found him the winner of the Alfred Dunhill Championship in South Africa in January, and had four top five finishes to secure 13th position on the European Tour Order of Merit. In just his first year, he achieved ranking inside the top 50, gaining him entry to the exclusive World Golf Championship events.

In 2002, Scott’s wins continued, at the Qatar Masters and the Diageo Scottish PGA, where his 26 under par winning total earned a stunning 10 stroke victory. In April of the same year, and at only his first visit to the US Open/Augusta National, he tied for 9th.

February of 2003 saw him finish 3rd at the Accenture Match Play Championship in California -one of four World Golf Championships- losing in extra holes to Tiger Woods in a thrilling semi-final. In August, Adam won his fourth European Tour - becoming the youngest Australian to win four times on the European Tour. His first PGA TOUR win came shortly afterward at the Five weeks later in the United States at the Deutsche Bank Championship in Boston.

Scott is 2005 is currently ranked in the top ten of the World Golf Rankings.

In 2006 he won The Tour Championship, and Singapore Open (Asian Tour).

In 2007 he won The Shell Open.

In 2008 he won EDS Byron Nelson Championship, and Qatar Masters.

Professional wins: 16 (PGA Tour 6; European Tour 8; other 2)

PGA Tour
· 2003 Deutsche Bank Championship
· 2004 The Players Championship, Booz Allen Classic
. 2004 Booz Allen Classic
· 2005 Nissan Open*
. 2006 The Tour Championship
. 2007 Shell Houston Open
. 2008 EDS Byron Nelson Championship
European Tour
· 2001 Alfred Dunhill PGA Championship (co-sanctioned by the Sunshine Tour)
· 2002 Qatar Masters, Gleneagles Scottish PGA Championship
· 2003 Scandic Carlsberg Scandinavian Masters
· 2005 Johnnie Walker Classic (co-sanctioned by Asian, and Australasian tours),
. 2008 Qatar Masters
· 2005 Singapore Open (Asian Tour)
(*) (Note: This event was shortened by 36 holes due to rain. Scott defeated Chad Campbell on the first hole of a sudden-death playoff on a Monday. Due to the event's length, this win is counted as unofficial for Scott.)
. 2006 Singapore Open (Asian Tour)

Majors: None
Awards: None
PGA Earnings (per year): $2,712,183
Photo: (Source: )

He has played in 121 events to date. He made the cut in 98 of those events. Came in second, 6 times. Third 5 times. Top 10 36 times, and top twenty-five 58 times.

He is currently ranked 20 on the PGA Tour in 2009.
Has earned $19,005,552 to date.


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