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Scott Mentally Prepared For US PGA

The Australian golfer Adam Scott is all set to claim his second major PGA title in the forthcoming New Jersey PGA championship.

He looks quite relaxed and believes that breaking free from the mental shackles will help him in improving the chances of winning the PGA championship at the Baltusrol Golf Club.

Scott Defends His Return To Long Putter

Amidst huge speculations about his return to long putter after taking to a shorter one for a while, Adam Scott speaks up in defence of his change of putters.

Scott, who was always seen with long putter, surprised everyone when he took to short putter for 3 weeks & created great stir in the golf world as he reunited with his usual longer putter- at the prestigious Augusta National.

Adam Scott rues rustiness for failed WGC bid

Former world number one Adam Scott has said that competitive rust might have cost him another title as American golfer Dustin Johnson stamped his authority on the rest of the pack as he marked his return to professional golf with a massive victory at the World Golf Championship in Miami.

The Aussie golfer started the final round of the event eight shots behind the lead but threatened to make a late dash for the title when he had halved the deficit by the end of nine shots.

Adam Scott wants Olympic Games to remain for amateurs

Golf is all set to make its much awaited return to the Olympic Games in the summer of 2016 when the greatest show on Earth hits Brazil and Rio de Janeiro, but if it were up to him, former world number one Adam Scott would ensure only amateurs played in the event.

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.

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.

Oosthuizen and Adam Scott Duel

No doubt that the HSBC Championship is going to be quite a task for the judges to decide who walks away with the title after Adam Scott and Louis Oosthuizen both stood up to the number one spot after the first round. The 32-year-old ace showcased an impressive seven-fewer than 65 and went on to share Louis Oosthuizen, the South African golfer’s place at the leader-board.

Scott struggles with his Pathetic Putting

Adam Scott played quite neatly in Boston but his putting was so disastrous that he couldn’t win in the final round. South African golfer Louis Oosthuizen topped the leaderboard when the third round ended and Scott was 12 shots behind him. Now that is a long gap!

Scott proved to be totally in control with ball striking this week. The world no. 9 held the first place in striking the ball. Not only was he good in ball striking, but he was placed at the third spot in driving distance and greens in regulation. Again he held the fifth position in shot accurateness and closeness to the hole.


Australian Adam Scott finished a brilliant four days of golf after he won the World Golf Championship Bridgestone Invitational 17 with a bogey free round of sixty five.

He won this prestigious championship a mere four shots ahead of his rivals Rickie Fowler and Luke Donald, who both finished at 13 under par.