Newspaper article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)

PEOPLE [Derived Headline]

Newspaper article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)

PEOPLE [Derived Headline]

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While Adam Scott thrilled golf fans on Sunday with his dramatic Masters playoff win over Angel Cabrera, the Aussie also picked up legions of fans with his broad smile, thick locks and muscled arms, People reports.

Here are five fun facts about the world's newest fairway star -- who is also the first Australian to win the tournament.

1. He's single!

At 32, Scott, a lanky 6-foot, 180-pound native of Adelaide, Australia, has never been married.

2. ... But he has a glamorous past.

According to the Daily Mail, he's dated two celebrities: Kate Hudson, in 2009, and the tennis star Ana Ivanovic, from whom he split in 2011.

3. He studied in the States.

Scott attended college at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. While enrolled, he was a member of the Sigma Chi fraternity but golfed for just one semester, according to the Las Vegas Sun.

4. His peers adore him.

Not only did Scott receive a flurry of positive tweets from his fellow professional golfers, including fellow Aussie Greg Norman, whom Scott considers a mentor, but Keith Urban and One Direction's Niall Horan also offered praise. "Adam Scott!!! You are the man! Congrats, mate," tweeted Urban. "Yeaaaahhhh Adam Scott ya legend! Doin' it for the Aussies!" Horan tweeted.

5. He's already gone viral.

His righteously infectious high-fives with his New Zealand-born caddy, Steve Williams -- who used to work for Tiger Woods -- have gone viral.

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Faith Hill has announced that she will no longer be heard singing the theme for NBC's "Sunday Night Football," "Waiting All Day for Sunday Night," before each game, according to E! News.

"Amazing 2 have been part of SNF -- an honor. I've just let everyone there know it's time 2 let someone else rock the open," she tweeted on Monday, adding: "Difficult decision. Kinda emotional. Love all you guys at SNF -- I'll be watching! …

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