Monday, April 15, 2013

Bro of the Day: Adam Scott

By Adam Maher

It took a two-hole playoff against Angel Cabrerra, but let's be honest, it was over as soon as Adam Scott hit his 18-foot birdie putt to go to -9 on the 18th green in the rain and then proceeded to deliver one of the all-time finest high fives in the history of golf. I happened to be watching with DVR, so barring any copyright infringements from CBS, I managed to do a little recording of what I like to call "The High Five from Down Under."


I would have preferred to see Brandt Snedeker or Tiger Woods take the win, but the rain was a serious knuckle ball thrown at Snedeker's short game, on which he thrives, and the epic miss-drop on Saturday made things very difficult for Tiger come Sunday - not that he was too far back, as Jack was four back in '86 and made the comeback.

Regardless, it's always good to see a deserving bro etch his name into the history books. Scott has been at it for quite some time now, so congratulations to him and his family. Job well done, mate.