Adam Scott's new custom-made Miura irons at the Memorial are a thing of beauty

Is Adam Scott playing in his final PGA Tour event at the Memorial Tournament this week?

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Tue, 31 May 2022
Adam Scott's new custom-made Miura irons at the Memorial are a thing of beauty

Adam Scott's new custom-made Miura irons have been splashed across social media today as the Australian gears up for this week's Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village.

Scott, 41, took to his Instagram account today to post a first look image of his new Miura irons, and more images were then displayed on GolfWRX's Instagram account.



As you can see, the custom-made Miura player irons feature Scott's 'AS' logo on them.

Scott is now a free agent in the golf equipment world having left long-time sponsor Titleist. 

The 14-time PGA Tour winner was previously using Titleist 681AS Forged MB irons in 4-9 with KBS Tour 130X shafts.



Rumours have been circling on social media that the former Masters champion could very well be teeing it up in the opening event of the controversial LIV Golf Invitational Series at Centurion Club next week.

Scott recently spoke about competing on fellow Aussie Greg Norman's new circuit as "very appealing."

Should Scott decide to play in the LIV Golf opener then there is a strong likelihood that he will be banned from the PGA Tour, although exact stipulations have yet to be confirmed by the Tour. 

As it stands, the full 48-man field for the St Albans event has yet to be declared.

It is understood from sources that Norman will announce the field at some stage later this week while Jack Nicklaus' iconic Memorial Tournament plays out on the PGA Tour. 

Scott currently ranks seventh in the all-time PGA Tour career earnings list with more than $58 million. 

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