- Grand Slam of Golf
Scott snatches course record to seal Grand Slam
Adam Scott clinched the PGA Grand Slam of Golf in Bermuda after breaking the course record at Port Royal Golf Course to edge out overnight-leader Justin Rose by two shots.
The Masters champion bagged $600,000 after producing a tournament-winning shot at the par-5 17th, hitting his approach to within a few inches of the hole to register an eagle, and with it move above Rose to take the lead.
Scott beat the course record by one shot after hitting a seven-under 64, and finished on eight-under with Rose managing a two-under 69, and the US Open champion being unable to match or better his first-round 67 in leading the competition.
Padraig Harrington, the man who relinquishes his crown, finished on three-over, while US PGA winner Jason Dufner was on three-under after rounds of 69 and 70 across the two days.
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