Adam Scott

Australia
Adam Scott
Scott became the first Australian to win the Masters after defeating 2007 U.S. Open champion Angel Cabrera in a playoff at Augusta National Golf Club; Scott, who attended UNLV, has been a global traveler since turning pro in 2000, with 27 worldwide wins, including 11 on the PGA Tour; became No. 1 in Official World Golf Ranking for first time on May 18 and promptly won Crown Plaza Invitational at Colonial C.C. in Fort Worth, Texas, on PGA Tour; member of six World Presidents Cup Teams.
U.S. Open Record
Age:
33
Starts:
12
Best Round:
69 (2009, first round)
Best Finish:
T-15th (2012)
Scoring Average:
73.58
Road to Pinehurst:
2013 Masters winner, 2013 Tour Championship qualifier, Top 60 in Official World Golf Ranking as of May 26
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Leaders
PosPlayerTo ParThruToday
1KAYMER, Martin-9F-1
T2COMPTON, Erik-1F+2
T2FOWLER, Rickie-1F+2
T4BRADLEY, Keegan+1F-3
T4DAY, Jason+1F-2
T4KOEPKA, Brooks+1F+1
T4JOHNSON, Dustin+1F+3
T4STENSON, Henrik+1F+3
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