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Adam Scott hails his generation

In what could be interpreted as a complete disregard for world number one Tiger Woods, the reigning Masters champion Adam Scott has stated that his generation of players is no longer worried by the influence of the world number one.

Woods won five titles five titles in 2013 but he failed to win a single major title leaving him on fourteen titles. The last time he managed to win a major was back in 2008 and for a player of the caliber of Woods to be on such a barren spell is something that hasn’t gone down well with his fans.

Scott Is Getting Ready To Defend His Masters

The Masters Golf Tournament is a major professional golf championship held in the Augusta National Golf Club (Augusta, USA). Ever since 1934, Masters Tournament is taking place every year and many popular golfers such as Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods, Arnold Palmer, Jimmy Demaret, Nick Faldo, Phil Mickelson etc have won the tournament more than once.

Presidents Cup golf

The Presidents Cup’s status can be measured by one of the top goals for the International team. It just wants it to be close. About the only upheaval the Presidents Cup has offered in recent times was Woody Austin dropping in the water with Robert Allenby charging Anthony Kim of a huge night out in San Francisco. Tiger having to confront his old caddie in a starting match few weeks after Steve Williams gave a racially tough comment regarding him.

Woods will not overhaul Nicklaus

Scottish golfer Colin Montgomerie believes that Jack Nicklaus’ record of 18 major championship wins is safe from the hands of Tiger Woods. The former captain of the European Ryder Cup team was clear enough when he stated that Tiger has no chance of overtaking Nicklaus’ long standing record of 18 wins in the major championships and going one better.

Steve Stricker On the Mark

Well-known golfer Steve Stricker has so far won a whopping twelve tournaments while playing on the PGA Tour, and these also include winning two of the most coveted FedEx Cup Playoff events. By far, the year 2009 was his most successful year, and he finished at second place on the money list, and he had three tournament victories.

Popular sporting events

Now that the football season is approaching its end, or perhaps it would be better to call it a brief recess for nowadays it hardly ever stops, many football betters will be looking for alternative ways to achieve that very special adrenaline rush that only comes with sports betting.

Woods and Nike Close to New Deal

Tiger Woods, the number 1 golfer in the world, will soon ink a new endorsement deal with Nike, a leading equipment company. After endorsing the Swoosh and Frees for seventeen years, the golfer will continue the relationship with Nike through a new endorsement deal. The information is given by Tiger Woods’ agent, Mark Steinberg when he was being interviewed by ESPN.com. The new deal will simply confirm that Nike has two top golfers to endorse their products because earlier this year, Nike has signed the number two golfer in the world to a multiyear deal.

Adam Scott to Endorse UNIQLO

It was announced by UNIQLO today that a multi-year contract has been signed with Australian pro golfer and number 7 in world golf rankings, Adam Scott. According to the contract, he will now act as Global Brand Ambassador to the leading global Japanese retailer.

Bubba Watson laughs off miracle Masters shot

It was a miracle shot that won Bubba Watson his first major title in golf but according to the man himself, he would rather not have a repeat of that famous lob that win him the Masters title at Augusta.

Speaking of the high hook shot that he hit from the pine straw at the 10th hole of the Georgia Club, which was his second hole in a winning sudden death playoff, Watson stated that he hopes he will be able to hit the fairway from now onwards and would not need to practice that particular shot anymore.

Phil Mickelson makes a miss at 59

Tiger Woods had made a silly miss at the Phoenix Open where he missed the 60 which could have become the sixth round of 59 in the history of PGA tour and he could have had his name after Stuart Appleby who made the record at the Greenbrier Classic in 2010.

In an almost the same manner, Phil Mickelson did the putt in such a way at the Waste Management Open held at TPC Scottsdale that it went to the last hole but almost kissed the edge and hopped away. The miss was by less than an inch.