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Adam Scott

Team: PGA Golfer
Age / DOB:  (35) / 7/16/1980
Ht / Wt:  6'0' / 180

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Adam Scott signed for a 3-and-2 victory over Chris Wood in his second match of the week at the World Golf Championships-Dell Match Play.
The Aussie arrived in fantastic form but still owned a pedestrian 14-15 record at this event. The change of venue to Austin Country Club appears to have righted the ship. After a disappointing loss on day one, Scott led from start to finish versus Englishman, Chris Wood, today. The Aussie rolled in a 6-foot birdie on the first, and then circled three more before making the turn with a 2-up lead (Holes No. 3, 5, and 9). He kept up the torrid pace after the turn, adding birdies at the par-3 11th, par-4 13th, and par-5 16th hole. The flat stick was en fuego today and that makes him a very dangerous opponent as he readies for Bill Haas in round three. Mar 24 - 6:24 PM

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Adam Scott signed for a 3-under-par 35-34=69 after today's final round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational to wrap his ninth appearance on 9-under 279, up five spots on the live leaderboard to T13.

For the second day in a row, Scott erased what was otherwise stellar rounds with disaster on the par-4 finishing hole. Yesterday, he was 5-under on his lap before swallowing a triple bogey-7 on the 18th. Today, he was in the exact same position, 5-under thru 17 holes before eating a double bogey-6 on the last. The 35-year-old, looking for his third straight win in as many starts, overcame big numbers in each of the two wins, but there was no getting by his trouble this week. His totals for the week show: 18 birdies, one eagle, four bogeys, two doubles and the triple.
Mar 20 - 5:20 PM

Adam Scott carved out a 2-under-par 35-35=70 in today's third round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational to post 6-under 210, up four places on the live leaderboard to T21.

Looking to become the first player on TOUR to win in three consecutive starts since Rory McIlroy in 2014, Scott opened his ninth Palmer Invite in bogey-free 67, T2 after 18 holes. He hit a bump in the road on day two however, with 73, dropping to T25 and nine adrift of 36-hole leader Jason Day. The 35-year-old regressed to seven (of 14) fairways in R3 but improved to 14 greens in regulation and registered 1.643 putts per GIR. His most costly missed green came on his last, the par-4 18th, where he hit his approach from the fairway from 190 yards away, 186 yards and into the water. After his drop, it took two more to reach the surface, two-putting for triple bogey-7. Scott was bogey-free 4-under on his inward half prior to his devastating finish.
Mar 19 - 12:47 PM

Due to the threat of inclement weather, tee times for the third round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational will begin on split tees between 7:35 - 9:35 a.m. ET.

Adam Scott finally hit a wall, so to speak, chasing 67 on day one with a 1-over-par 37-36=73 in round two at Bay Hill Club and Lodge. At 4-under 140, he's down 21 places on the live leaderboard to T23 and a distant nine in arrears to 36-hole leader and fellow Aussie Jason Day. The 35-year-old skipped last week's Valspar after winning in back-to-back weeks at The Honda Classic and the WGC-Cadillac. He carded three birdies on day two and for a second straight round, hit 10 greens in regulation, but erased his circles with two bogeys and a double. Scott digressed to -1.703 in strokes gained: putting (from 2.669/R1) and 1.800 putts per GIR.
Mar 18 - 6:08 PM

Adam Scott fired a bogey-free, 5-under-par 34-33=67 in the opening round of this week's Arnold Palmer Invitational.

The Aussie arrived with back-to-back wins and there was no letup as he kept his foot on the gas today. He continues to flourish without the anchored putter, splashing home six putts from outside six feet on the round. That includes a pair of par-savers from outside 10 feet, the longest coming from 12'3" at the par-3 second hole. Overall, Scott walked off the course having gained 2.891 (of 4.476) strokes with the flat stick. This round is the least surprising news of the day, and gamers should continue to ride the Aussie until he shows any sign of a letdown.
Mar 17 - 1:01 PM

For a second straight week, Adam Scott overcame adversity and in doing so, won the 17th edition of the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship with a final-round 3-under-par 37-32=69 and a 72-hole aggregate of 12-under 276, one better than runner-up Bubba Watson.

Scott co-led after 54 holes at last week's Honda before going on to win -- by one -- despite swallowing a quad bogey-7 in R3. He became just the third player in the past three decades to win after suffering a quad-bogey or worse during the week. This week, he was the 36-hole leader after 68-66, but began the finale three adrift of 54-hole leader Rory McIlroy after 73 in R3. Playing out of the penultimate twosome, the Aussie quickly trailed by six after just five holes, erasing an opening birdie with doubles on Nos. 3 and 5, but bounced back with birdies on 6 and 8 to turn 1-over. He came home in bogey-free 4-under, connecting three straight circles on 10-12 and getting up-and-down on the 18th after nearly putting his second into the water, holing the one-putt clincher from 6'8". The 35-year-old claims his 13th TOUR title in his 251st career start and becomes just the second player to win back-to-back events on the Florida Swing, joining Tiger Woods in 2001.
Mar 6 - 6:34 PM

Overnight leader Adam Scott backed up with a 1-over-par 36-37=73 on day three of the WGC-Cadillac Championship for a 54-hole total of 9-under 207, down one spot on the leaderboard and three shy of 54-hole leader Rory McIlroy.

Scott lead by two over playing partner McIlroy and defending champ Dustin Johnson after opening his 15th appearance on the Blue Monster in 68-66. After circling 13 birdies and an eagle in rounds one and two, he mustered just two on Saturday on 12 greens in regulation. The 35-year-old, T4 here last year for a personal best at Doral, hit half (of 14) fairways for a third straight day and after posting positive numbers in strokes gained: putting the first two rounds, slipped to a -2.241 in R3 and 31 putts. His two circles each traveled less than 10 feet and he squared three bogeys, all on failed scrambles. Scott will play out of the penultimate twosome on Sunday with 2009 champ Phil Mickelson.
Mar 5 - 6:17 PM

Adam Scott smoothed a 6-under-par 33-33=66 in today's second round of the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship to post 10-under 134, good for a two-shot lead heading to the weekend.

The Aussie shows no signs of letting up and is totally on his game. Last week at the Honda, he converted a 54-hole lead for a seventh time in 11 tries, and thru 36 holes at Trump National Doral, he'll head to Saturday with Rory McIlory and defending champ Dustin Johnson his nearest chasers. The 35-year-old is making his 15th overall appearance on the Blue Monster but his eight-birdie two-bogey 66 on day two is his best in 10 rounds post redesign in 2014. Scott's day-two stats were identical to his round-one showing with seven (of 14) fairways and 14 greens in regulation, but his putting improved to 1.500 putts per GIR and he totaled just 26 putts, down from 30 in R1.
Mar 4 - 5:51 PM

Adam Scott picked up right where he left off last week as he signed for a 4-under-par 34-34=68 in round one of the WGC-Cadillac Championship.

The Aussie entered fresh off a victory at last week's Honda Classic. There was no winner's hangover today, as he opened with an impressive eagle on the par-5 10th hole, after sticking his 275-yard approach shot to just 5'7". The great ball-striking continues for Scott, as he gained 3.516 strokes:tee-to-green at the time he finished up his round. Gamers should continue to ride this wave of form as long as the putter remains serviceable.
Mar 3 - 4:48 PM

Overnight co-leader Adam Scott authored a final-round even-par 34-36=70 to win The Honda Classic with a 72-hole aggregate of 9-under 271 (70-65-66-70), one clear of runner-up Sergio Garcia and good for his 12th TOUR title in his 250th career start.

In the last three decades, only two players had made a quadruple bogey during the week and went on to win. Scott, who co-led with Garcia after 54 holes, becomes the third. He began the finale with a 14-footer at the par-4 first to move out in front, but missed two mid-range chances to extend at the second and the fourth. The 35-year-old brushed-in a nine-footer at five for birdie-2 to move two ahead, and stayed there after converting a difficult sand save at six, holing a seven-footer for par. He retreated one with a failed sand save at the ninth to turn 1-under, one clear of Garcia. The Aussie squared another at 10 (failed scramble) but with the shot of the day -- and perhaps the tourney -- stuck his approach at 12 from a fairway bunker from 150 yards to 23 inches for a kick-in 3. He three-putted the 16th for bogey-5 but was steady down the stretch, hitting his final six greens in regulation to improve to 7-for-11 in converting 54-hole leads/co-leads.
Feb 28 - 5:57 PM

Adam Scott tossed up a 4-under-par 30-36=66 in today's third round of The Honda Classic for a 54-hole aggregate of 9-under 201, good for a share of the 54-hole lead with Sergio Garcia. UPDATE: Scott's 66 tied Billy Horschel for the low round of the day and his career record converting 54-hole leads/co-leads is 6-for-10.

After opening in 70 and bogey-free 65, Scott sat solo fourth, three back of 36-hole leader Rickie Fowler and played out of the penultimate twosome with Garcia. Eight birdies and a quadruple bogey-7 later, he shares the pole position. The Aussie opened his scoring with a two-putt birdie-4 at the third and drilled a 47-footer for 3 at six -- which kicked off a run of four straight circles to turn in 5-under 30 and T1 with Garcia on 10-under total. He missed birdie at 11 from 7'0" but connected from 17'9" at the par-4 12th to take the lead on 12-under. After birdie at 13, the 35-year-old took a three-shot lead to the par-3 15th and left trailing by two after swallowing the quad bogey-7 (two water balls). He had gone 39 holes without a bogey to that point. Scott saved par at 16 and then bounced back from 9'0" at the par-3 17th. He had a chance for one better, but missed from 11'9" at the par-5 18th.
Feb 27 - 6:13 PM

Adam Scott smoothed a bogey-free 5-under-par 32-33=65 in today's second round of The Honda Classic for a 36-hole aggregate of 5-under 135, up 19 places on the live leaderboard to solo fourth, three adrift of 36-hole leader Rickie Fowler.

The Aussie tied a season best with T2 at last week's Northern Trust, his second runner-up of 2015-16 on just four starts. He's back at it again this week at PGA National, chasing a three-birdie three-bogey showing in R1 with today's blemish-free three-birdie one-eagle jaunt. The 35-year-old, whose T12 in 2014 is his best in four prior appearances, stated afterwards, "It was a great effort this afternoon, played really good from tee-to-green." He split 10 (of 14) fairways and peppered 14 greens in regulation posting 1.786 putts per GIR. The Aussie's first par breaker was a 10-footer at the third for eagle-3 and added a 6'4" roll at the par-4 eighth to turn 3-under. He tallied a second circle from 8'0" at the par-4 11th before a steady two-putt birdie from 49'1" at the par-5 18th concluded his scoring.
Feb 26 - 5:48 PM

Past champ Adam Scott twirled a 4-under-par 32-35=67 in the final round of the Northern Trust Open to post the 72-hole clubhouse mark of 14-under 270, but was later eclipsed by eventual winner Bubba Watson, who bested him and Jason Kokrak by one shot.

The 2005 NTO champ hung the only bogey-free lap of the eventual top 10 in R3 and was one of only two on the day. The 67 chased twin 68s and positioned him two adrift of 54-hole leader Watson. The 35-year-old, chasing his 12th TOUR title (first since 2014), joined the overnight lead with eagle-3 at the first from 36'2", saved par from 16'3" at two, and then canned a 31'10" bomb for birdie-3 at three. He took the lead with a 20'5" roll at the par-3 fourth and thru four, had made 104 feet of putts. The Aussie added another at the par-3 sixth (from 50 inches) before erasing two with double bogey-6 at the eighth. On to his inward half, he was 1-over thru his first seven holes, outpacing birdie-4 at 11 with a three-putt bogey at 14 and a missed par save from 4'5" at 15, before ending birdie-birdie with a six-footer at 17 and a chip-in at 18 for a walk-off 3. He settles for his 11th runner-up (second of the season) in his 249th career start.
Feb 21 - 7:20 PM

Past champ Adam Scott twirled a bogey-free 4-under-par 34-33=67 in the third round of the Northern Trust Open to post 10-under 203, up two places to a five-way T5, two strokes in arrears of 54-hole leader Bubba Watson.

Only two of 77 players on Saturday went bogey-free, Padraig Harrington (66), and Scott, who's the only of the 11 players residing in the top 10 after 54 holes to accomplish the feat. Two (of four) par breakers came on 12 greens in regulation and toss in a three-putt par (from 45'5") at the par-5 11th, and you come up with a pedestrian 1.917 putts per GIR. However, his last two circles at the 13th and the 17th came from off the green, traveling 86 feet and 16'2", respectively, and elsewhere, the 35-year-old went 4-for-4 in scrambling to keep his card intact. Scott is the 2005 "unofficial" NTO champ with his victory edition having been reduced to 36 holes.
Feb 20 - 7:38 PM

Past champ Adam Scott signed for a 3-under-par 33-35=68 after the second round of the Northern Trust Open to post 6-under 136, up six spots on the live leaderboard to T6.

Overall, Scott is making his eighth appearance at the NTO but first since T10 in 2013 (71-67-70-70). He won here in his 2005 tourney debut -- though unofficial due to reduction to 36 holes -- but played 72 holes the following year for solo second, capped off with a closing 7-under 64. The 35-year-old opened this year's edition with a seven-birdie four-bogey 68, and tacked on a four-birdie one-bogey effort on day two. He split seven (of 14) fairways and for a second straight day, hit 13 greens in regulation. The Aussie connected from 24'7" for birdie-3 at 10 (his first hole) and book-ended a 24-footer at the par-4 ninth (his last). In-between, he outpaced one bogey (failed sand save) with two birdies from inside 10 feet.
Feb 19 - 3:36 PM