Update from Adam Scott – Dubai World Championship

Hello Everybody, I'm in Dubai, just about to head out to the course to get a practice round in today. The course we are playing on this week is a brand new course designed by Greg Norman. I am looking forward to checking it out...it's always fun to play on new courses.

Adam Scott

Adam Scott in action at the JBWere Australian Masters.

I finished well at the JBWere Australian Masters last week. I'm feeling more confident about my game and things are shaping up nicely for the remainder of my 2009 schedule. It's hard to believe we're at the end of the year. I have a lot of golf left and looking forward to the next few weeks. The crowds and atmosphere last week were amazing. I know we have one guy to thank for all that and he ended up winning the tournament! It definitely gave our sport in Australia the boost it needs and hoping the momentum carries throughout the rest of the Summer down here. It's been a long time since I've seen those types of crowds in Australia. When I walked to the first tee on Thursday it reminded me a lot of an Open Championship. It was great to be a part of it and even better for our sport. I just wanted to remind anyone that is interested in the Adam Scott Griffith University Scholarship to be sure and get your application in by November 27th. To download the application and for more information please visit the foundation section of my website, www.adamscott.com.au. This week proves to be an exciting 4 days. It's the top 60 golfers on the European Tour's Order of Merit. 17 countries are represented and a lot of talent! Looking forward to teeing it up in the morning...let the race begin!

Until next time, take care. -Adam

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  1. Robert Sellman


    On the webpages - Adam Scott is noted for 60,54,48 degrees wedges.

    What was the degrees from the start, and Is they bent ?