Although producers of ABC's "The Bachelor" are clamoring to get newly crowned Masters champ Adam Scott to star in an upcoming season, the Australian golfer already has a girlfriend.
When asked about the horde of female attention he regularly receives, Scott revealed in an interview with CBS Sports Wednesday that he is "not single at all."
"I'm not single at all," Scott, 32, said. "I'm very much in a relationship, and am very happy at the moment."
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Scott reportedly started dating current girlfriend Marie Kojzar, a 31-year-old Swedish architect, in 2001, and the two have had an on-again-off-again relationship ever since. Scott has also been linked to actress Kate Hudson and tennis player Ana Ivanovic in the past.
Scott's admission dashes the hopes of "Bachelor" producers who have reportedly been pursuing the golfer to star in the romantic competitive reality show.
"We are definitely going to pursue [Scott],"
a "Bachelor" source told E! Online Monday. "So far, no meeting's been set but we're trying. He could be a perfect fit. We're also considering other people 'Bachelor' fans already know."
Producer Robert Mills posted a tweet over the weekend suggesting the possibility.
"Bachelor" host Chris Harrison also took to Twitter, joking about Scott's would-be quest for love.
Scott beat Angel Cabrera in a playoff Sunday
to become the first Australian to win golf’s Masters Tournament in the major championship’s 77-year history.
"It fell my way today," Scott told reporters Sunday before receiving the champion's green jacket. "There was some luck there somewhere. I don’t know how to digest it all. It’s incredible to be in this position. I’m honored."
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