2013 Presidents Cup: Adam Scott talks about playing with Hideki Matsuyama

Oct 1, 2013; Dublin, OH, USA; Members of the International Team (back row) Mark McNulty , Richard Sterne , Branden Grace , Graham DeLaet , Brendan de Jonge , Nick Price , Hideki Matsuyama , Louis Oosthuizen , Tony Johnsstone , Shigeki Maruyama. Front row Jason Day , Adam Scott , Ernie Els , Angel Cabrera , Charl Schwartzel and Marc Leishman pose during a photo call on the practice ground prior to the start of The Presidents Cup at Muirfield Village Golf Club. Mandatory Credit: Allan Henry-USA TODAY Sports

Australian Adam Scott is excited to be paired with Japan’s Hideki Matsuyama for the opening round of the 2013 Presidents Cup at Muirfield Village Golf Club. Though only 21 and only having turned professional this past April, Matsuyama has won three times on the Japan Golf Tour in 2013.

After his final round of practice before the tournament begins on Thursday, Scott spoke about being partners with the young star:

We had some kind of knowledge of each other’s game and hey, I’m more than happy to play with a guy who has won three times (this year) and performing the way he is.


At 21, he’s pretty much all business at this point. I can see he works really hard at his game and I think he’s nervous and excited for this week. I’m looking forward to playing with Hideki (Reuters).

As far as a potential language barrier, Scott laughed at the notion: “Good shot is the international language. Everyone understands that.”

Scott and Matsuyama will take on the U.S. duo of Bill Haas and Webb Simpson. Stay tuned to FanSided for updates, scores, and reactions throughout the tournament.

[Source: Reuters]

Topics: 2013 Presidents Cup, Adam Scott, Hideki Matsuyama

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