Adam Scott says he will have to adopt a “gladiator’s do or die mentality” at the US Open if he wants to win an elusive second Major after admitting his streak of 83 consecutive slams is not as impressive as it sounds.
Australia’s only Masters champion, Adam Scott, has been recognised for significant service to golf at the elite level in this country, by being made a Member of the Order of Australia in Monday’s Queen’s Birthday Honours list.
This week during the Memorial’s practice rounds, Scott debuted a custom set of muscleback blade irons from Miura, the legendary forging house in Japan led by founder Katsuhiro Miura, whom the Japanese golf media once labelled as having “the hands of God.”
You probably already know that Kevin Kisner is one of America’s best match play golfers. Coming into this year’s WGC-Dell Match Play, he was 16-6-1 all-time in the event, including a championship match run in 2018 (he lost to Bubba Watson) and a title the next year, when he beat Matt Kuchar in the final.