Adam Scott didn't have to wait long to enjoy some success on the pro tour. Tour and began racking up victories on both sides of the Atlantic.He joined the European Tour 2001 and, that same year, won his first European Tour title at the Aflred Dunhill Championship in South Africa. In 2003, Scott made major headlines when he became the youngest golfer ever to win the Player's Championship, widely considered the game's "fifth" major.Adam Derek Scott was born in Adelaide, Australia, on July 16, 1980.
In one of the most pressure-packed moments in recent tournament history, Scott coolly knocked in a 25-foot birdie on the final hole and finished the four rounds tied with Angel Cabrera, the tournament's 2009 winner, at -9.
Then, on the second sudden-death playoff hole, he connected on a 12-foot putt to win the tournament and became the first Australian to capture the Masters Tournament's coveted green winner's jacket.
While his father, Phil, never played professionally, he was a member of the Australian PGA and, for many years, designed and manufactured golf clubs.
More recently, the elder Scott has become a golf course designer. Scott began playing golf at the age of 4 his with father.
D., an acronym that describes what is an ever-increasing population of people in the United States: Adult Children of Divorce. Catherine O’Hara and Richard Jenkins play the ceaselessly battling divorced parents of Scott’s character, Carter, a seemingly well-adjusted restaurant owner with a steady girlfriend of his own (Elizabeth Winstead).