The former World No. 1 is featured on the front cover of GOLF's first-ever Style Issue which also named American Michelle Wie as the 'Most Stylish Woman in Golf'.
In a video interview promoting the Style Issue, Scott not only paid respect to Greg Norman as a style influence growing up and also took a playful swipe at the 1990s as a dark period in the annals of golf fashion history.
"I think I probably grew up in an era where style on the golf course wasn't great," Scott said with a wry grin.
"Mostly through the 90s it was really baggy chinos and massive golf shirts and it was probably the worst era in golf style ever."
"It doesn't have to be strictly golf clothing. Wear something that you're comfortable in and it can also perform on the course." - Adam Scott, The Most Stylish Man in Golf. pic.twitter.com/j2xQBcbwQm— GOLF.com (@golf_com) January 8, 2018
At iSeekGolf we've decided to take a look at how Adam Scott's on-course fashion has evolved since he entered golf's professional ranks in 2000.
2000 Open Championship: Scott - sponsored by Hugo Boss - missed the cut in his first major championship start.
2001 Alfred Dunhill Championship: On the way to his first pro victory.
2002 US Masters: By now a Burberry ambassador, Scott recorded his first major top-10 (T9) on debut at Augusta.
2005 Johnnie Walker Classic: A three-shot win over Retief Goosen was the Queenslander's 5th European Tour title.
2008 US Open: Scott played with Phil Mickelson and eventual champion Tiger Woods for days 1&2 before finishing T26.
2009 Australian Open: Maiden victory on home soil.
2011 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational: Scott's first win with Steve Williams on the bag and his maiden World Golf Championship victory.
2013 US Masters: Scott became Australia's first Masters champion in his first start as a Uniqlo brand ambassador.
2016 WGC-Cadillac Championship: Scott wore a very similar outfit for his second WGC win at Doral in Florida.
2017 Australian PGA Championship: Scott dons shorts during a practice round at Royal Pines.
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