Masters champion Adam Scott will be the talk of the Australian summer as he decides on his end-of-year schedule over the months to come. Scott is a big supporter of the Australian tournaments and is the defending Australian Masters champion. He won the Australian Open in 2009. “We&aposre not sure what Adam&aposs schedule will look like. The Australian Open is an event he&aposs always played but he&aposs supported all three events over the years,” Golf Australia CEO Stephen Pitt told the Courier Mail. Pitt said runner-up Angel Cabrera&aposs popularity could also make a potentially good fit if the Argentinian were to come to Australia. “Cabrera won a lot of fans across the world and he&aposd be well followed in Australia. He was sensational, not just with the way he played but with his genuine warmth for Adam when the Masters was at its most tense,” Pitt said. Scott&aposs next PGA Tour start is The PLAYERS Championship at TPC Sawgrass in Florida, an event he won earlier in his career. 2013 PGA Tour Australasia Major Tournaments – The Australian PGA Championship presented by Coca-Cola, Royal Pines Resort, November 7-10. – The Australian Masters, Royal Melbourne Golf Club, November 14-17. – The Emirates Australian Open, Royal Sydney Golf Club, November 28-December 1.
Author: Golf Australia