Uh oh, looks like the defending Masters champion has a small issue at hand. Apparently, his Jade tower ground floor apartment which he bought in 2004, has been sold but not for the price Adam was totally looking for. He bought the property for $4.4 million but was sold for $1.94 million instead according to the Daily Telegrapgh. Ouch! That must hurt, although, the way he’s playing, I’m sure he has plenty of stacks on deck. He’s Adam freaking Scott you know! Yeah, that guy’s kind of good, just saying. Just kind of has hall of fame caliber numbers, no big deal. The buyer is a former accountant named Bill Lewski who is the founder of Prime Retirement and Aged Care Property Trust and I guess he’s supposed to be a colorful character of sorts.
Maybe he’s Ben Crane and Nate Robinson in disguise? Probably the worst thing for Adam about this situation is that he wanted to sell the apartment for $4.9 million so that’s a double slap in the face because not only did he not sell it for $4.9 million bucks but he ended up selling it way under what it’s worth at $4.4 mill. That must suck. That’s like when you think you have something valuable hiding in your closet and you think it’s worth a lot of cheddar and you rush to the computer to pop it up on Ebay just to find out that it got sold for $10 instead of $100 leaving your jaw dropped on the floor and you cry enough tears to suck up Lake Michigan and fill it back up. Do NOT suck up Lake Michigan with your tears! Anyways, I’m sure he’s glad that he playing at such a high level because if he wasn’t then he might be screwed finance wise after that deal with the apartment.
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