Scott shares a leading role in Riviera

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Adam Scott is on his way to the leadership at Riviera today. Image: Getty

The resurgence of Adam Scott continued today in the Genesis Open in Riviera outside Los Angeles.

Scott recently switched to a new putting style and was immediately in the race in the PGA Tour Farmers Insurance Open, where he finished second.

Today, he shot a five-under-par 66 on Riviera in the rain-interrupted tournament organized by Tiger Woods, and then supported it with a strong first nine of his second round to be equated to the lead when the darkness stopped more play

The first round of Scott was interrupted by nice moves, with his new custom to hand in the flagstick, even for short putts.

Afterwards he said that the break between the rounds had to be carefully negotiated. "The key again, just as when I changed today or between laps, is to go out and keep that moment and not lose it, and then I think that will be the goal for the rest

of the weekend, "he said." If I can finish these nine holes very well tomorrow and can turn it around for the afternoon and play some more good golf, I'll be there on Sunday. "

Scott shares the lead with the American Justin Thomas on 10-under. Another American, JB Holmes, is at a nine-tier time after throwing himself off the track in the first three holes of today in the first three holes of the sixteenth hole.

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