Adam Scott has taken a big job within the PGA Tour a year after admitting he found the LIV Golf League very appealing.
Scott has been appointed as the chairman of the Players Advisory Council.
He was voted in by the members and replaces Charley Hoffman in the position. Scott beat Maverick McNealy and Kevin Streelman for the role.
The 2013 Masters champion help the PAC advise and consult with the PGA Tour's policy board.
Scott, 42, will also consult with commissioner Jay Monahan on issues affecting the tour.
Scott is one of the most experienced players on the PGA Tour with more than 370 starts and 14 wins. He's racked up north of $60m in career earnings.
At last year's Genesis Invitational, Scott admitted LIV's schedule was appealing, adding:
Who is on the 2023 Players Advisory Council?
- Ryan Armour
- Sam Burns
- Corey Conners
- Rickie Fowler
- Brice Garnett
- Brian Harman
- Max Homa
- Mackenzie Hughes
- Shane Lowry
- Maverick McNealy
- Keith Mitchell
- Henrik Norlander
- Scottie Scheffler
- Adam Scott
- Kevin Streelman
- Will Zalatoris