Adam Scott got married after the Masters to girlfriend Marie Kojzar

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Marie Kojzar married Adam Scott about a year after they got back together.
By John Holmes

Series: Golf Buzz

Published: Friday, May 09, 2014 | 4:27 p.m.

Adam Scott, very likely golf's most eligible bachelor and certainly the favorite of just about every golf-loving woman I know, is off the market. Scott revealed to the Australian Associated Press that he and longtime girlfriend Marie Kojzar got hitched in a private ceremony on April 17 – the Thursday after the Masters.

"It's official," Scott told the AAP. "I am a settled down man and very happy." 

The ceremony took place at Scott's residence in the Bahamas, with only a few friends and family members in attendance. And if you're thinking that you must've missed the engagement announcement – well, there wasn't one. The couple never officially got engaged, Scott said.

"We just decided to get on with it," he explained. "We've known each other long enough, let's go and jump right in the deep end. It was just our family and a few friends and obviously there are a lot of people we would have liked to have had there who weren't but we decided to have a very low key affair. 

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"It was more about not building it up into something too big that may have gotten out of hand," he added. "But it was a fun event for everyone who was there and hopefully we will have fun celebrating with other friends when we catch up with them." 

Kojzar, a 32-year-old architect from Sweden, dated the 33-year-old Scott for several years in the 2000s before they split up for a few years. They reunited last year, Scott said after he won the 2013 Masters – when, you might remember, he turned down a chance to be on "The Bachelor" because he and Kojzar were back together. 

The couple hasn't shared wedding photos yet, but Scott said the ceremony was casual – she wore a "non-traditional" dress, while he wore a suit with bow tie. 

"We dressed up a little bit," he said, "but it was still in the backyard."