Scott may give up Euro Tour membership
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
MELBOURNE, Australia – Adam Scott says he might give up his European Tour membership if officials decide next week to increase the minimum number of tournaments required.
Scott says he doesn’t blame Europe for trying to strengthen its membership requirements. He says it’s getting more difficult to play well on multiple tours.
He says there are too many good players on all tours to allow players to finish high on separate tours, such as what Ernie Els had done during his global travels.
Scott said Wednesday it’s hard to spot someone like Jim Furyk six starts on the PGA Tour, or Lee Westwood 12 starts in Europe, and expect to compete against them.
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