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|Family||Married, 2 children|
Order of Merit
Asian Tour Victories
(7) 2008 Pertamina Indonesia President Invitational, 2012 ISPS Handa Singapore Classic, 2013 Chiangmai Golf Classic presented by PTT, 2013 Mercuries Taiwan Masters, 2013 Venetian Macau Open, 2014 Hong Kong Open, 2015 Venetian Macao Open.
(6) 1999 South Australian PGA Championship, 2000 Toyota Southern Classic, Australia, 2002 Victoria Open, Canada, 2003 Toyota Southern Classic, Australia, 2003 Von Nida Tour Money List winner, Australia, 2003 Queensland Open
Big-hitting Scott, who won the Driving Distance category in 2009, 2010, 2012 and 2013, is one of the most successful international players on the Asian Tour. In 2015, he won the Venetian Macao Open for the second time in three years. He finished second on the Order of Merit courtesy of two other top-five results. In 2014 he won his sixth Asian Tour title by defeating Angelo Que on the first play-off hole in the Hong Kong Open. It was his first victory in a co-sanctioned event with the European Tour at the age of 41. In 2013 he overcame a six-shot deficit to win the inaugural Chiangmai Golf Classic presented by PTT by three shots. He went on to win the Mercuries Taiwan Masters and cruised to victory at the Venetian Macau Open where he defeated Ernie Els of South Africa. The treble of victories led Hend to finish second on the Order of Merit. In 2012, he claimed his second Asian Tour title by winning the ISPS Handa Singapore Classic by one-shot in the weather-shortened tournament. Stamped his mark in Asia by finishing fourth on the Order of Merit in 2007, which he matched in 2009. In 2011, he qualified for his fourth U.S. Open but missed the weekend rounds. In 2009, the Aussie finished tied third in the lucrative Barclays Singapore Open. He celebrated his first victory in 2008 when he won the Pertamina Indonesia President Invitational. He overcame a five-shot deficit in the final round and triumphed by three shots after closing with a superb 66. In 2007, the US-based Scott enjoyed a welcome return to form. A serious hand injury suffered in 2006 curtailed his career in the United States where he had played on the US PGA Tour in 2004 and 2005. He subsequently switched his focus to Asia and earned his Asian Tour card at Qualifying School in Thailand by finishing second in December, 2006. He immediately showed his class with a runner-up finish at the season-opening Pakistan Open and then enjoyed a glorious run in April where he finished tied second and equal third in successive weeks at the co-sanctioned Volvo China Open and BMW Asian Open. Was later named Rookie of the Year.
Celebrated the birth of twin babies in December 2006 and named them Aston and McLaren. According to Scott, it was pure coincidence that they were named after fast cars.