Sorry Ladies, Masters Champ Not Single
PHOTO: Adam Scott of Australia addresses the media as he enters the news conference after Scott won the 2013 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club, April 14, 2013, in Augusta, Georgia.

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Sorry all you single ladies who got your hopes up, Masters winner Adam Scott is already taken.

"I'm not single at all," the 32-year-old Australian hunk told "CBS This Morning" on Wednesday. "I'm very much in a relationship and very happy at the moment."

Scott revealed that he is seeing a woman named "Marie."

It's believed to be Marie Kojzar, a Swedish architect he has dated off and on since 2001, according to Sports Illustrated.

While keeping a low profile on the golf circuit, Kojzar, who is a year younger than Scott, is passionate about her work, according to the Australian golfer.

"My girlfriend is a really ambitious person," Scott told SI in 2008. "She hasn't been going to school all these years to not put that knowledge to use."

While the pair were apart, Scott was linked to tennis star Ana Ivanovic and actress Kate Hudson. But it appears that he and Kojzar are very much together again.

"It's embarrassing but flattering," he told CBS' Gayle King about all the attention he's been getting from female admirers.

Scott's recent revelation likely comes as a blow to them as well as the folks over at ABC's "The Bachelor."

Fans were in a frenzy after show creator Robert Mills posed the question Sunday on Twitter: "Adam Scott as the next #Bachelor?? What say you, #Bachelornation?"

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