Adam Scott

Golfer (1980)
Wed Jan 06 2021
By   Sarthak

Adam Scott who is currently ranked #21 in the Official World Golf Rankings is an Australian professional golfer. He plays on the PGA Tour and was the world no.1 ranked golfer from mid-May to August 2014. Scott turned professional around 2000.

Adam Derek Scott was born on July 16, 1980, in Adelaide, Australia to parents, Phil Scott (father) and Pam Scott (mother). Adam attended The Kooralbyn International School and was a member of the Golf Australia National Squad. Scott attended the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where he initially was a member of the Sigma Chi fraternity.

Adam Scott Married and Kids

The PGA golfer has been married to his wife Marie Kojzar since 2014. Adam secretly married Marie in the backyard of his home in the Bahamas on April 17, 2014. As of now, the couple has been married for over six years.

Adam Scott and his wife, Marie Kojzar.
Image: Adam Scott secretly married Swedish architect, Marie Kojzar in 2014.
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So when and how did they meet? As per reports, Adam first met Marie when she was working as an au pair for Danish golfer, Thomas Bjorn. They began dating in 2001 and had an on-off relationship until 2008. However, they reunited in 2013 just after Scott's victory at the Masters Tournament.

Scott and his wife share two kids. They welcomed their first child, a daughter named, Bo Vera Scott in February 2015. Likewise, their son, Byron Scott was born on August 18, 2017.

Adam and his Swedish architect wife, Marie.
Image: Adam Scott prefers to keep his married life personal.
Source: Golf Monthly 

Like most Australians, Adam is an avid surfer and he is a close friend to American professional surfer Kelly Slater. At present, Scott and his wife along with their two children are based in Switzerland.

Adam Scott Wife

Talking about Adam's wife, Marie Kojzar was born in Stockholm, Sweden. She is an architect who earned a Master's degree from the Royal School of Art in London. She graduated with a BA (Hons) degree in Architecture from London Metropolitan University in 2008.

Marie worked as an architectural assistant for Alison Brooks Architects Ltd from 2008-2009 in London. Further, she worked as an architect for Strategisk Arkitektur from 2011-2013 in Sweden.

Dated Former Tennis World No.1

Scott had a high-profile relationship with Ana Ivanovic, a former tennis player who was ranked World No. 1 in 2008. The couple began dating in 2010 but separated in less than a year.

Adam Scott dated Ana Ivanovic, former tennis player.
Image: Adam Scott dated former world no 1 tennis player, Ana Ivanovic between 2010-2012.
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Adam and Ana began dating again somewhere in 2011. Sadly, they parted ways after one year of a romantic affair. Ana retired from tennis in December 2016. She is now married to Bastian Schweinsteiger, a German professional footballer.

Adam Scott Net Worth

The top-ranked Australian golfer, Adam Scott has a net worth of $50 million. He turned professional in 2000 at age 20. From his golf career, Adam has amassed total career earnings of $55,596,126 as of January 2021. Further, he has appeared in 333 PGA events and has 14 PGA Tour wins.

YearEarnings
2015$1,382,365
2016$6,473,090
2017$1,695,144
2018$2,237,641
2019$4,084,541
2020$2,272,434
2021$153,257

As of this writing, Adam is ranked #6 in the Top-10 highest-paid golfers' list. The top five highest-earning players are behind Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Jim Furyk, Vijay Singh, and Dustin Johnson.

Sponsors and Endorsements

Like established golfers, Scott has also been endorsed by some of the top brands. His partners include Titleist, Rolex, FootJoy, and UNIQLO Global. However, it is not known how much Scott earns from his sponsorships.

PGA Golfer, Adam Scott's net worth is $50 million.
Image: Adam Scott has a net worth of $50 million.
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In January 2019, Adam finished 2nd in the Farmers Insurance Open. In June 2019, he finished 2nd in the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide.

In December 2019, Scott won the Australian PGA Championship for the second time since his first win was the 2016 WGC-Cadilac Championship. Similarly, he won the 2020 Genesis Invitational at the Riviera Country.

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