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Scott Secures A 31st Tour Victory Admitting His Career Is ‘In A Good Spot’

Top-ranked Australian Adam Scott admits after capturing a 31st professional title his career is in a ‘good spot’. Scott secured a back-to-back success for a second time in producing a superb and mature display in fighting-back from near disaster early in his final Riviera final round to win by an impressive two shots. In the process, Scott silenced the challenge of World No. 1 and overwhelming ‘social media’ favourite Rory McIlroy, and be handed the tournnament trophy also ...

McIlroy Staying Positive At No. 1, Scott Upbeat In Jumping To No. 7 And As Tiger Drops To World No. 9

Rory McIlroy has kept his World No. 1 ranking and thereby has matched boyhood mentor Nick Faldo in joining the Englishman as the equal third longest-running World No. 1. This is despite a very disappointing Genesis Invitational final round that saw McIlroy’s goal of capturing a first event his New Year end with the horror of taking a fifth hole triple-bogey and then dropping a shot at the next. McIlroy also retains the World No. 1 ranking given World No. 2 Brooks Koepka failed to impress in ...

Aussies Continue Dominating Golf – 7 Wins, In 7 Weeks, On 4 Tour’s & On 3 Continents.

Aussies continue dominating men’s golf! It began on December 22nd with Adam Scott capturing a second Australian PGA Championship in the co-sanctioned Australian and European Tour event on the Gold Coast. Scott’s good friend Wade Ormsby then in second week of January captured a second Hong Kong Open title while much later that same day, Cameron Smith tasted individul PGA Tour success for a maiden occasion in winning the Sony Open in Hawaii. Then on Australia Day, January 26th there was ...

McIlroy Turns Expected Genesis Final Round Triller Into A Riviera Horror Movie

Rory McIlroy’s quest turn the Genesis Invitational final round into a blockbuster Hollywood victory trilled ended in a horror moive. The newly-crowned World No. 1 began the final round locked in a three-way tie for the lead but all hope of a first win of the New Year ended in posting a final round 73  for an eight-under par tally on the Riviera course. Aussie Adam Scott ended a 15-year PGA Tour injustice and in the process captured a second straight victory and for a second occasion in his career, ...

Scott Ends 15-Year Tour Injustice Capturing Second Genesis Invitational

Adam Scott brilliantly ended a 15-year PGA Tour injustice in capturing a second Genesis Invitational success. Scott, and contesting just his first event of the New Year, displayed all the talent that’s earned him a Masters victory and proudly now a further 30 victories around the globe in posting a brilliant final round 70 to win by two shots at 11-under par. Scott, 39 also captured a second straight victory in his career following his success last December at the Australian PGA Chamionship ...

Bezuidenhout Augusta-Bound After Going Wire-To-Wire To Win Dimension Data

Just weeks after going so close to victory in Dubai and South African Christiaan Bezuidenhout completed a wire-to-wire victory at the Dimension Data Pro-Am thanks to a stunning eagle on the 72nd hole at Fancourt Golf Estate. ‘Bez’ stood on the par five 18th tee trailing countryman George Coetzee by one stroke but hit an incredible second shot to six feet and holed the eagle putt to card a five under par round of 67 and reach 25 under par for the tournament, one clear of Coetzee. Bezuidenhout, ...

Scott Primed To Make It Back-To-Back Tour Wins For Second Time In His Career

Adam Scott is no stranger to success and now as he heads into the final round of the Genesis Invitational a victory would see the very affable Aussie match a feat he first achieved some four years ago. Scott brilliantly holed a nine-foot birdie putt at the 18th green on day three of the event in a round of 67 to move to the lead at 10-under par and just moments later joined by World No. 1 Rory McIlroy (68) and American Matt Kuchar (70). American Russell Henley (68) and his compatriot Harold Varner ...