United States
Date of Birth
13 Mar 1989
6ft 0ins (1.83 meters)

Working out, socializing with friends

European Tour, U K Europro Tour


At the age of 11 Scott and his family were hosts to a young Rory McIlroy whose parents sent him to live and play golf in Utah for three months after the pair had met in Doral at the Junior Publix event.

Scott attended Boulder Creek High School in Anthem, Arizona and then Arizona State University. He played his first major, the 2011 US Open, after tying for top spot in sectional qualifying and subsequently receiving an invite.

Scott turned pro in July 2011 and gained his European Tour card for 2012 with a dramatic push in the final round at Qualifying School. 

Arizona State University Record

Shot a 6-under 204 (69-66-66) and then defeated Oklahoma State's Kevin Tway of Edmond, Okla., on the second playoff hole to win the 107th Trans-Mississippi Championship on July 15, 2010, at Denver Country Club. The Boulder Creek High School (Anthem, Ariz.) product recorded a 72.89 stroke average in 40 collegiate events in his four years and placed in the top 10 in 12 of those, including a career-high five times in 2010-11. Named a 2008-09 Honorable Mention All-American and earned 2010-11 All-Pac-10 First Team honors and 2009-10 Pac-10 Honorable Mention honors. Also posted 19 rounds in the 60s in his time at ASU.

Appeared in 13 tournaments and posted a career-best 71.89 stroke average and collected a career high in top-10 finishes with five and a career-high 10 rounds in the 60s, including a career-low 66 in the first round of the ASU Thunderbird Invitational. Began the 2011 spring season by placing in four straight top-10's, including finishing in second at the USC Collegiate Invitational. His second-place finish was the best of his ASU career because the 2010 Trans-Mississippi Championship did not occur during the season (summer event). He also tied for sixth at the Amer Ari Invitational, tied for 10th at The Battle at the Beach and tied for ninth at the Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters. He took second at the 2011 South Central-Colorado Regional to lead the Sun Devils to their 18th NCAA Championship appearance in 19 years.

Posted four top-10 finishes in 2009-10, including three consecutive to start the 2009 fall season. Began the season with a tie for eighth at the Olympia Fields Invitational and tied for sixth at the Ping-Golfweek Preview the following week before ending the fall in a tie for seventh at the Isleworth Collegiate Invitational. He hit a 6-iron over 180 yards to about six feet and made a key birdie putt at the NCAA Southeast Regional to help the Sun Devils advance to the NCAA Championships. He led the team with a 1-over par 211 and tied for a team-best 10th place.

He was a key part of ASU's 2009 team in the spring as it won the NCAA West Regional and advanced to match play at the NCAA Championships. He tied for 13th at the 2009 NCAA Championships as he shot a 67 in the second round and finished with an even par 216 (75-70-71) to help lead ASU to NCAA 2009 West Regional title. Also tied for 10th at the 2009 U.S. Intercollegiate in Palo Alto (another 67 in the final round), but career-best collegiate effort was when he tied for third out of 96 players at the 2009 ASU Thunderbird Invitational with a 3-under 211 (67-71-73). Shot a 67 in the third round of the 2008 Illinois Invitational to tie for seventh in the first tournament of the 2008 fall season. Also tied for 10th at the 2009 U.S. Intercollegiate.


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