Adam Scott: 'Weather halted my momentum'

Scott: 'Weather halted my momentum'
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Adam Scott says that he was in full swing at Oak Hill before the weather forced the players off the course in the US PGA Championship.

Adam Scott has said that the weather break halted his momentum during the first round of the US PGA Championship at Oak Hill.

The Australian had shot five birdies in a row before the players were dragged off course for 70 minutes due to the threat of lightning.

"I was hot when the rain came," he told reporters.

"Your first shot [back] is a little tough. I pulled it and then just had to go and do the whole settling down thing again like teeing off at the first.

"I was going along nicely, I still felt. It's always tough with a rain delay like that when you're playing really well."

The Masters champion shares the lead with Jim Furyk on five-under-par.

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