Adam Scott, Titleist Golfer
Adam Scott, Titleist Golfer

Adam Scott

  • Australia Australia Nationality
  • Pro V1x Titleist Golf Ball
  • 58 World Ranking

Player Profile:
Adam Scott is an Australian professional golfer on the PGA Tour. Formerly ranked No. 1 on the Official World Golf Ranking, he has won 31 professional tournaments around the globe, including 14 PGA Tour Victories and a major title at the 2013 Masters Tournament.

Adelaide, Australia Birthplace
University of Nevada - Las Vegas College
$64,794,798 Career Earnings
35th 306.4 Driving Distance
153rd 3.43 Birdie Average
66th 55.68% Sand Save Percentage
22nd 0.412 SG Off The Tee
75th 0.148 SG Approach To The Green
64th 0.177 SG Around The Green
23rd 70.432 Scoring Average
94th 64.66%% GIR Percentage


PGA Tour Season Streak

consecutive cuts made

Adam Scott

Think you know Adam?

At what tournament and in what year did Adam Scott win his first PGA Tour event?

Adam earned first TOUR title in 34th career TOUR start at age 23 years, 1 month, 16 days (youngest since Sergio Garcia won the 2002 Mercedes Championships at 21 years, 11 months, 27 days) at the inaugural Deutsche Bank Championship.

In 2004, Adam became the youngest winner of what championship event?

At age 23 years, 8 months, and 12 days, Adam became the youngest winner of THE PLAYERS, with rounds of 65-72-69-72–276, one shot ahead of runner-up Padraig Harrington. He held the 18- and 54-hole leads and led by as many as five strokes in the final round.

Where and when did Adam win his first Major Championship?

Adam defeated Angel Cabrera with a birdie-3 on the second playoff hole (No. 10) to win the Masters Tournament. He made a 12-foot birdie put on No. 10 after watching Angel Cabrera just miss his birdie putt. Adam earned his ninth overall win and first major victory in his 202nd career TOUR start at age 32 years, 8 months, 28 days. Became the first Australian to win the Masters.

With his win at the 2016 World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship, what did Adam complete that a player had not done since 2014?

Adam came from three strokes back of Rory McIlroy in the final round to win the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship for back-to-back wins in consecutive weeks, the first player to do so since Billy Horschel won the 2014 BMW Championship and the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola.