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Adam Scott steps off the top of the PGA’s eligible bachelor podium

Scott instructs Fowler on the finer points of Shakira's hips don't lie dance
Scott instructs Fowler on the finer points of Shakira's hips don't lie dance
Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty Images

The shortlist of eligible PGA studs grew one shorter. News broke today that Aussie heartthrob Adam Scott tied the knot with Marie Kojzar, a Swedish architect. According to reports he’s now as happy and settled as a ProV1 reposing in the 18th hole. The nuptials took place in the Bahamas three weeks back but the news of the elopement only came out today after he just made the cut for the Players Championship by the skin of his teeth by following his 77 first round with a 67.

The happy couple apparently first got serious about each other in the early aughts, broke up for spell and got back together ahead of Scott’s Masters glory last year. While Scott suited up and donned a bowtie, apparently Marie rocked a more casual look.

"She doesn't need a traditional wedding dress to look so beautiful. We dressed up a little bit, but it was still in the backyard" he told the associated press.

Don’t feel left out if you didn’t get an invite, the wedding party was smaller than the field at they Hyundai Tournament of Champions where this year Adam Scott tied for sixth.
"It was just our family and a few friends and obviously there are a lot of people we would have liked to have had there who weren't, but we decided to have a very low-key affair.

With Adam Scott out of the picture the mantle of the PGA’s most eligible player is up for grabs but there are strong contenders among the game’s young guns. Ryo Ishikawa used to be in the mix but Hanikami Ōji or “the bashville prince” as he’s known in the land of the rising sun said “I do” to his high school sweetheart last year. The new title holder is rising hotshot and Masters runner-up Jordan Spieth

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