Aussie golf star brands Olympics ‘questionable’


Masters winner Adam Scott says he has no regrets about ditching the Olympics, saying it is a “questionable” name that the Tokyo Video games are continuing.

The Australian isn’t an advocate of golf that includes within the Olympics and confirmed his non-attendance nicely prematurely of the Video games.

With the COVID-19 pandemic ongoing, Japan has suffered a spike in circumstances and will likely be caught in a state of emergency all through the Olympics.

“Positively no second ideas. It is questionable whether or not it ought to go forward, an occasion of that scale,” Scott stated, forward of the British Open.

“Japan’s scenario isn’t good for the time being. Sure elements of the world do not perceive the worry the Japanese are experiencing … they don’t seem to be as superior as another vaccination areas. It’s a must to query whether or not it is a accountable choice to go forward.

“That is not why I am not going anyway. I have been house seven weeks this 12 months and it is onerous to justify one other week away.”

Scott believes that majors far outweigh the Olympics for status in golf. He stated that the Open Championship, by which he had a devastating near-miss in 2012, was his No.1 precedence; having already develop into Australia’s first US Masters winner in 2013.

He takes some inspiration from Ash Barty’s Wimbledon win on the weekend.

“For me the Open now could be – if we needed to rank tournaments in love-to-win – it sits clearly on the high,” he stated.

“I felt like I had a hand on the Jug as soon as and it was feeling whereas it lasted. I wish to have two on there.

“If there’s one occasion I would prefer to win earlier than my profession is out it could be the Open. I am probably not stacking the strain on myself this week, however it could be a stunning story for an Aussie to observe in Greg [Norman’s] footsteps.

“To win Wimbledon, it is like successful the Open or the Masters for a golfer. It is extremely vital. [Barty] performed nice and it could be enjoyable to maintain the Aussie theme going to take Wimbledon and the Open away from the UK.”

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