Adam Scott is considered one of the most well-known and successful golfers in the industry. But you may be wondering, how much is Adam Scott’s net worth? Well, estimates and numbers vary, but it has been reported that Adam Scott net worth is about in the $60 million mark. Can you believe that?
His Early Life
Adam Derek Scott was born on the 16th of July 1980 in Adelaide, Australia. It’s located in South Australia. At 9, he moved with his family to Sunshine Coast, then moved again in 1993 to Gold Coast. He was 12 at that time.
During his high school education, he improved his capabilities. Then, he became part of the Golf Australia National Squad. It’s worth mentioning that Adam Scott attended the University of Nevada in Las Vegas after graduating from high school.
Scott’s professional career took off in 2002 when he won his first European Tour event, the Alfred Dunhill Championship.
Adam Scott becomes professional midway through the 2000 season. Within eight starts as an Australian professional golfer, he obtained his professional title for the 2001 European Tour.
During this time, he completed 6th place at the Linde German Masters Tournament. Another achievement he received was at the Alfred Dunhill Championship in Johannesburg. He also wrapped the entire season with a number of other top-three finishes.
In 2003, Adam Scott recorded his first triumph on the PGA Tour at the Deutsche Bank Championship. Following that year, he followed up with triumph at the Players Championship.
The win was not simple, and he nearly threw it away after discovering the water hazard. Nonetheless, he fought back with a 40-yard up and down. That includes a 10-footer for a bogey.
That was just enough to win by a single shot. Further, at the age of 23, he became the youngest winner of The Players Championship. However, the record was, later on, beaten by Kim Si-woo.
In 2005, he achieved the Nissan Open and the Singapore Open. However, he competed less in the European Tour from 2006 and onwards. Eventually, he won the Tour Championships by three strokes while focusing on the PGA Tour.
He followed that up with another win on the PGA Tour in 2007, claiming success at the Shell Houston Open.
Unfortunately, Scott struggled in 2008 with both illnesses and injuries. Still, he managed to win the Qatar Masters and the EDS Byron Nelson Championship.
In 2014, he accomplished the number-one ranking at the Open Championship. He held that position from the 19th of May up until August of the same year for a total of 11 weeks. In 2020, he also brought home the Genesis Invitational at the Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades. That marked his first PGA Tour win after several disappointing results.
It’s also worth mentioning that Adam Scott has had manifold sponsors throughout his golfing career. For instance, he wears Uniqlo clothing and signed with the Japanese brand a week before he succeeded at the 2013 Masters. He also had brand sponsorship with Rolex and Mercedes in the past.