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The Tour Report

August 9 2013

1:47 PM

Two of 2013's major champs rank 1-2

PITTSFORD, N.Y. -- The winners of the year's three previous majors are traditionally paired together during the first two rounds of the PGA Championship.

And at Oak Hill this week, two of them certainly didn't disappoint with Masters champ Adam Scott finishing 36 holes in the lead at 7 under and Justin Rose, who won the U.S. Open, one stroke behind.

Rose had the best round of the three with a 66 that included birdies on his last two holes and a front-nine 29. Scott had a 68 while Phil Mickelson, who won The Open Championship, shot his second straight 71.