Australian Open & Adam Scott
The Australian Open is a major tennis tournament held annually over the last fortnight of January in Melbourne, Australia. Adam Derek Scott (born 16 July 1980) is an Australian professional golfer./5
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American young gun Jordan Spieth has fired a course-record eight-under 63 in wild conditions to win the Australian Open by six shots.Golf's next big thing began Sunday's fourth round at the Australian Golf Club in a three-way share of the lead but produced four front-nine birdies, including three in a row from the par-five fifth, to lead by three at the turn. Spieth made a clutch up-and-down for par at the par-three 11th to extend his advantage to four shots before birdies at the 14th and 15th holes gave him a six-shot cushion. The world number 14 added two more exclamation marks with birdies at the 17th and 18th holes to better the course record by two shots and complete a brilliant debut on Australian soil. "That's definitely the best round I've ever played," Spieth said after the round. "I didn't think that round was out there but the putts just kept going in." With the win the 21-year-old joins golfing royalty on the Stonehaven Cup, with countrymen Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Tom Watson amon ...
Adam Scott roars back into contention at Australian Open
Adam Scott one off pace at Australian Open as Rory Mcilroy implodes
Have a day, Jordan Spieth! Spieth shoots 63 in final round (-13 overall) of Australian Open to beat out Adam Scott & Rory…
Jordan Spieth ran away from his pursuers on Sunday to capture the Australian Open by an easy six shots. Adam Scott finished nine shots back, while defending champion Rory Mcilroy ended up 15 shots off the pace.
Jordan Spieth, Adam Scott and Rory Mcilroy are in position for a showcase showdown at The Australian Open
The feature group of Adam Scott, Jordan Spieth and Nick Cullen will tee off in their first round of the Australian Open at 12.05pm AEDT.
Adam Scott didn’t get his wish. Tournament officials have decided to split up Scott and Rory Mcilroy for the first two rounds of this week’s Australian Open in Sydney.
Adam Scott & Rory Mcilroy inspire each other to better golf
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Long hitters to dominate Australian Open, says Adam Scott
Adam Scott says long hitters will dominate Australian Open
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AGA - Headline Golf News Adam Scott, Inbee Park and Kenny Perry Win 2013 GWAA Awards By Fred Altvater (Featured Columnist) on January 2, 2014 The Golf Writers Association of America (GWAA) has announced that Adam Scott was voted the Male Player of the Year, as reported by the Associated Press (h/t ESPN.com). Scott’s four world-wide victories, including the 2013 Masters, earned him the award over Tiger Woods by just five votes. Even though Woods won five PGA Tour titles and was named PGA Tour Player of the Year, the GWAA gave extra credit for Scott’s wins late in the year. Scott won both the Masters and The Barclays on the PGA Tour. He added two wins in Australia late in the year and teamed with Jason Day to win the World Cup for Australia at Royal Melbourne in November. He finished off 2013 with a runner-up finish to Rory Mcilroy at the Australian Open. The vote was not nearly as close for Female Player of the Year, as Inbee Park collected over 91 percent of the 220 votes cast. Park won six titles on ...
Rory Mcilroy must be singing the first line of Bolton's track...'At Last'... as he deprived Adam Scott to win the Australian Open.
In case you missed it over the weekend: Rory Mcilroy wins the Australian Open over Adam Scott...
December 01, 2013 and SYDNEY (AP) -- Rory Mcilroy birdied the 18th hole to beat Adam Scott at the Australian Open on Sunday, winning for the first time in 2013 and denying Scott the rare Australian triple crown.
Phuket Brookies Sports Bureau.roaring to victory...setting sail in Phuket. Rory roars to victory at least !! It's been a long time coming but at last Rory Mcllroy has won his first Tournament of 2103, snatching The Australian Open from Adam Scott on a dramatic final day at Royal Sydney. Scott led the way into the final round with a 4 shot lead and was in pole position for victory and to take The Triple Crown (Australian PGA, Masters and Open). One shot ahead with one hole to play,Scott bogeyed but Mcllroy birdied to win his first Tournament since November 2012. Terrific golf from the World's number 2 and 5 in what was effectively match play golf as 3rd place John Senden was 6 shots back. Rory becomes only the second European golfer to win the Australian Open, first played in 1904, (the other being Lee Westwood in 1997). On another continent, South Africa's Charl Schwartzel beat England's Richard Finch by four shots to defend his Alfred Dunhill Championship title at Leopard Creek. Schwartzel took this to . ...
Rory Mcilroy wins Australian Open over Adam Scott with birdie at final hole.
Adam Scott shoots a course-record 62 in the first round of the Australian Open
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Adam Scott fires course record at Australian Open
Adam Scott posts a course record 62 in round one of the Australian Open in Sydney, with Ro
Adam Scott stays hot Down Under. See how low he went in the opening round of the Australian Open:
Adam Scott breaks course record in Australian Open first round at Royal Sydney
Golf: Adam Scott breaks course record at Australian Open
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Dream pairing for Australian Open golf. World Cup winners Jason Day and Adam Scott to tee it up together
Adam Scott and Jason Day favourites to win the Australian Open
Still have a ticket for the Australian Open golf on 1st of December. $30. You don't even have to hang with me if you don't want.. Adam Scott, Jason Day and Rory Mcilroy playing - provided they make the cut.
5TH DECEMBER 2012 TODAY'S HEADLINES: Title favourite Adam Scott says he will likely stick with his trusty broomstick for the Australian Open, despite again trialling a shorter putter during practice on the eve of the tournament. Scott used a specially-ordered 40-inch putter on the front nine before reverting to his familiar, chest-anchored long putter for the rest of his Wednesday pro-am round at The Lakes. The world No.7 had little joy with either and admitted he was not 100 per cent certain which putter he would use in tomorrow's opening round, but was leaning towards the long wand. "I don't know, I'll see. I'll probably putt with the long putter," Scott said. Ricky Ponting has now retired, creating the vacancy for an enterprising young man. The same Ponting who seriously struggled over his last three years but retained his spot partly for past glories, and partly because there was no genuine alternative. Our top six who played against South Africa over the three-Test series had an average age of 32. Go ...
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