Q. Just off the top of my head here, you're one of the few Aussies who have been particularly loyal to the European Tour with a chance to do both. Why is that? Thinking of Allenby and Appleby, they all kind of started in Europe but eventually came to the U.S.; you seem like you want to stick with Europe quite a bit no matter what. Is that pretty accurate?
ADAM SCOTT: Yeah, that's pretty accurate. I think I've still got a lot to learn out of Europe and Europe's got a lot to offer me. I don't know, they might have been a little older than me when they finished up in Europe and came over here.
I've only been over there three years. I think I've got plenty more to do there and achieve over there because it is my home tour, really, and I want to do really well over there before I ever think about coming over here full time.
I feel I've got a lot of stuff to achieve over there.
JOAN vT ALEXANDER: Thank you, Adam.
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