The Super-popular Golfing Phenomenon That Is Adam Scott

Golfing buddies hit the links

The Royal Sydney turnstiles have kept rolling all week, as have Scott’s putts into the hole. Mass-media coverage and a spike in TV ratings gave a hint that something special was brewing. A round-one course record of 10-under from Scott was the prefect teaser. Bookies reacted by squeezing the 33-year-old’s already short-price odds even tighter to win today’s Australian Open. But nobody could’ve ever predicted this. The Sunday Telegraph can today reveal the fascinating results of a study conducted last week by leading global sports marketing and sponsorship research company Repucom, which shows that Scott is now considered more popular in the US than Tiger Woods.
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Adam Scott the centre of attention at the Australian Open at Royal Sydney. Picture: Mark Evans

September seems like a 1,000 years ago, the last time the majority of us teed up as a group It was then we crowned Jon Malik as the 2013 SSGS title holder, bestowing a green jacket on him. This time around, Im not sure what we are playing for, but I know there will be some U.S. currency changing hands. And well stage our own version of the Ryder Cup event at Errol Estates. This is my fourth trip to Apopka and the trip never gets boring.
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