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Adam Scott Added To TGL Roster For January Launch
January 23, 2023, Orlando, FL
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With his victory in a playoff at the 2013 Masters, Adam Scott became the first (and still only) Australian golfer to win at Augusta National...

And, a few years later, he became the first Australian to commit to the inaugural season of TGL. As one of the most experienced members of the current TGL roster, Scott brings a long resume of success and a passion for match play and team golf.

“As professional golf continues to evolve, I am excited to play a part in its future for golfers and fans alike,” said Scott. “Therefore, I am excited to compete within TGL and look forward to sharing the stage in the new Palm Beach venue with my fellow teammates and competitors."

A winner of 31 worldwide tournaments, 14 on the PGA TOUR including THE PLAYERS in 2004, Scott spent 11 weeks atop the Official World Golf Rankings in 2014. A stalwart of the International Team in the Presidents Cup representing Australia, Scott has featured in the competition ten times, most recently in 2022. He’s just two behind Phil Mickelson for most appearances in the Presidents Cup all time.

“As we fill out the TGL roster, the additions of champions like Adam Scott and Collin Morikawa continues to fuel our momentum towards the launch of TGL. The caliber of players represented is indicative of the quality of competition we are striving to create within TGL,” said TGL CEO Mike McCarley.

Scott is one of 12 PGA TOUR stars currently confirmed for the first season of TGL, which begins its 15-week regular season in early 2025. There will be six teams of three golfers competing to be the first ever TGL Champions. So far, two teams have been announced: Los Angeles Golf Club, owned by Alexis Ohanian, Serena Williams and Venus Williams, and a Boston team owned by Fenway Sports Group.

Team rosters for LAGC, Boston, and the other remaining four teams will be confirmed later this year.

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