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ADAM SCOTT Player Stats

PGA TOUR Victories
(7) 2003 Deutsche Bank Championship. 2004 THE PLAYERS Championship, Booz Allen Classic. 2006 THE TOUR Championship presented by Coca-Cola. 2007 Shell Houston Open. 2008 EDS Byron Nelson Championship. 2010 Valero Texas Open.

International Victories
(10): 2001 Alfred Dunhill PGA Championship [SAf]. 2002 Qatar Masters [Eur], Gleneagles Scottish PGA Championship [Eur]. 2003 Scandic Carlsberg Scandinavian Masters [Eur]. 2005 Singapore Open [Asia], Johnnie Walker Classic [Eur]. 2006 Singapore Open [Asia]. 2008 Commercialbank Qatar Masters [Eur]. 2009 Australian Open [Aus]. 2010 Barclays Singapore Open [Asia].

Other Victories
(1): 2005 Nissan Open [unofficial, 36 holes]

2010 Highlights - Adam Scott
2010: Scott finished 19th in The PGA TOUR Playoffs for the FedExCup and returned to THE TOUR Championship for the first time since 2007. Bounced back with a victory and four top-10 finishes after posting only one top-10 in 2009...Rallied from four strokes back on the final, marathon day at the Valero Texas Open for his first PGA TOUR victory in two years, Was 11-under in a 36-hole Sunday finale, edging Fredrik Jacobson by a stroke on the new Oaks Course at TPC San Antonio. The busy finish was necessitated by a Friday rainout. The course was designed by his hero, fellow countryman Greg Norman, who sent a congratulatory message after his first win since the Australian Open in December. Finished at 14-under 274 and earned $1,098,000 for his seventh TOUR victory and first since the 2008 HP Byron Nelson Championship. He overcame two early bogeys with an eagle on the par-4 17th in his third-round 66, then built his lead with six birdies en route to a closing 67. Survived a closing bogey-his only one in the final round-when Jacobson missed a 16-footer from the fringe on No. 18 that would have forced a playoff. His last three TOUR victories have come in Texas-the Shell Houston Open in 2007 and the 2008 HP Byron Nelson Championship...Posted final-round 67 to finish T9 at the World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational...One of three players to record top-10 finishes in each of the first two PGA TOUR Playoff events, finishing T9 at The Barclays and T5 at the Deutsche Bank Championship...Finished 27th at THE TOUR Championship in his first start in the Playoffs finale since 2007...Picked up his second title of the season when he opened with a pair of 65s at the Barclays Singapore Open and then cruised with a 69-68 finish at Sentosa GC. He defeated Anders Hansen by three strokes in winning in Singapore for the third time (2005 and 2006).