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There hasn’t been much golf played because of the wet weather, but US Open week already feels different to Adam Scott. Coming to your next major championship after winning your first tends to have that effect.
Scott no longer has to answer questions about why he hasn’t won one of golf’s biggest titles; beating Angel Cabrera in a playoff at the Masters took care of that. He’s been reaping the spoils ever since — despite a light schedule — and noted between downpours at Merion Golf Club Monday that the 113th US Open will be an entirely new experience for him. He likes it already.
“I can’t lie to you, I do feel a lot better coming here, even discussing that kind of thing,” Scott said.