I'm happy Adam Scott won the Masters for many of the same reasons as the rest of you – he deserved it; it was a long time coming; it was a great story; he's a good guy; he redeemed himself and he ended the Aussie curse, just to name a few.
But one of the unintended consequences of his victory at Augusta is that I get to write about 'The Bachelor' on a golf website. Something I'm certain my bosses would have shot down had I ever previously brought it up.
Thank you, Adam Scott, for giving me a rose ... I mean, an 'in.'
After Scott's Masters win, rumors swarmed and single girls swooned over the possibility that Scott would be the next bachelor on the ABC hit show.
Scott appeared on 'CBS This Morning' Wednesday and announced, among other things, that he was 'not single at all ... very much in a relationship and very happy at the moment.'
But just because Scott's out, doesn't mean there aren't other worthy, eligible 'Bachelor' and 'Bachelorette' candidates from the world of golf. See our picks by clicking here, or on the image below. Are these men and women single? Well, we know they’re not married.