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Top 30 Golfers for the 2016 Majors: No. 5 Adam Scott

Athlon Counts Down the 30 Golfers to Watch for Majors Season

They’re the cream of the major championship crop, circa 2016 — the Athlon Major Championship Dream Team. Leading up to The Masters, we'll be unveiling Athlon Sports’ 30 players to watch for majors season, with commentary on each from the ’s .

 

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Top 30 Golfers for the 2015 Majors: No. 2 Adam Scott

Athlon Counts Down the 30 Golfers to Watch for Majors Season

They’re the cream of the major championship crop, circa 2015 — the Athlon Major Championship Dream Team. Leading up to The Masters, we'll be unveiling Athlon Sports’ 30 players to watch for majors season, with commentary on each from the ’s Brandel Chamblee.

 

5 Key Stats from the Memorial

Hideki Matsuyama Survives Late Collapse to Win in Playoff

It was an eventful finish for Hideki Matsuyama at Jack Nicklaus' Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village Golf Club. First, the 22-year-old Japanese phenom went double bogey-bogey at 16-17 to lose his lead to Kevin Na, who had finished off a 64 a couple hours earlier. Then he snapped the head off his driver on the 18th tee with a seemingly gentle club slam.

Top 30 Golfers for the 2014 Majors: No. 3 Adam Scott

Athlon Counts Down the 30 Golfers to Watch for Majors Season

They’re the cream of the major championship crop, circa 2014 — the Athlon Major Championship Dream Team. We've been unveiling Athlon Sports’ 30 players to watch for majors season, with commentary on each from the ’s Brandel Chamblee.

Catching Up With Defending Masters Champ Adam Scott

Aussie Hopes to Go Back to Back at Augusta

The green jacket traveled the world in the past year, and it is difficult to find a Masters champion who reveled in his victory and wanted to share it with total strangers more than Adam Scott.

In becoming the first Australian to win the coveted green jacket, Scott fully embraced the overwhelming joy that came with his victory when he traveled back Down Under, spending the rest of the year in full celebratory mode while also establishing himself as a major player for the foreseeable future.

5 Key Stats from the Arnold Palmer Invitational

Adam Scott's Collapse at Bay Hill Opens the Door for Matt Every

Adam Scott Version 2.0 entered the weekend at Bay Hill playing dominating golf. Scott held a seven-shot lead and was poised to take the No. 1 spot in the Official World Golf Ranking away from Tiger Woods and stamp himself the favorite to defend his Masters title. Sadly, the old Adam Scott re-appeared over the weekend, as a balky putter led to a collapse and opened the door for Matt Every to earn his first PGA Tour win.

A Conversation with Golf Great Arnold Palmer

Athlon Sits Down With Golf's Elder Statesman

There have been better players with prettier swings. But there has never been a more important golfer than The King, Arnold Palmer. He almost single-handedly quadrupled purses, grew the game beyond the country clubs and brought it into our living rooms, and assembled an Army of devoted followers. He won — and lost — with more flair than any other athlete.

6 Amazing Stats from the Weekend in Golf

Stenson's Unpredented Double, A Second Masters for Scott and More

Mid-November is historically a part of golf's Silly Season, but the adjusted PGA Tour schedule and the global nature of the game have combined to add significance to the sport's holiday schedule. This weekend saw the climax of the European PGA Tour's Race to Dubai and a coronation of the world's hottest player; the final event on the PGA Tour's calendar for 2013; and the Australian Masters, which lured the current holder of the American Green Jacket to his homeland for a shot at a Masters two-fer.

 

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