Posted: February 17, 2010
I'm just getting ready to head out to dinner but wanted to post a quick blog entry. I flew to Tucson on Sunday afternoon after the AT&T. I really enjoyed being back in Monterey and playing the three courses. It is a very well run event given there are three courses we are playing on throughout the week. There is something very magical about Pebble Beach and it felt great to be back there. I'm really looking forward to the US Open. The course conditions will be quite different in June then what we faced last week. Pebble and Spyglass were pretty saturated with all the rain they've had. Pebble Beach will be a good test for us June but there's a lot of golf to focus on before then!
Match Play begins tomorrow. I had a good practice round today, played 18 this afternoon and the course is in pretty good shape. I did some filming for CNN Living Golf yesterday at The Gallery Course at Dove Mountain with Justin Armsden. It should air soon, check the CNN Living Golf website for airtimes in your area. The weather here is ideal, warm and not too much wind. I play Angel Cabrera for my first round and we tee off at 8:23am local time. Competition is tough this week so every match will be competitive, have to play really well for 5 days straight. Looking forward to the challenge and it's always an interesting week.
I gotta run but take care and I'll be in touch soon.
Adam Scott plays Pebble Beach during the 2010 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.
Good to see you back out there and on top of your game again. looking forward to seeing you at Jack's House (Murfield) in August. I hope you stay healthy and put on a good showing for yourself and Titleist. How are the new groove rules affecting your game, and do you think that with the technology they put into balls now, that they will compensate for the roll?
wrote on February 17, 2010
Great start to the match play for Adam. What wedges are in the bag this week for Adam, and with what shafts?
wrote on February 18, 2010
That is a sweet shot of Pebble.
wrote on March 5, 2010