2013 PGA Grand Slam
of Golf Champion
PGA Grand Slam of Golf
Masters Champion Adam Scott, U.S. Open Champion Justin Rose, PGA Champion Jason Dufner and defending PGA Grand Slam of Golf Champion Padraig Harrington formed the elite foursome who competed in the 31st PGA Grand Slam of Golf at Port Royal Golf Course in Bermuda.
Scott, Rose and Dufner made their first appearance in the PGA Grand Slam of Golf, while Harrington made his fourth visit to the Island. Harrington won the 2012 event and finished runner-up in 2007 and '08.
Tied with Justin Rose at 6-under-par going down the par-5 17th hole, Scott hit a 6-iron from 190 yards that was inches from holing out from the fairway.
As it was, the tap-in eagle that followed ended a duel with Rose that had gone back and forth for much of the day, gave Scott a new course record 7-under 64, and added the PGA Grand Slam of Golf to his growing list of achievements.
Scott earned the first-place check of $600,000 with a 7-under-par 134 total. Rose (U.S. Open Champion) closed his debut in the season-ending showcase event with a 136. Jason Dufner, the 2013 PGA Champion, posted a 139 total. Harrington, the 2012 PGA Grand Slam of Golf Champion, shot 145 over the two-day event.
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