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Adam Scott, Justin Rose exchange handshakes after the final round Sunday
Results: Masters—T8; U.S. Open—T21; British Open—T23.
Overall Performance: The 2013 U.S. Open champion has three top-25 finishes in the majors this year, a nice follow-up to his thrilling victory at Merion a year ago. He played two good rounds at the Masters, shooting 70-69 in the second and third rounds. He got off to a lousy start, shooting a 76, and didn't finish very well either, getting a 74.
On a difficult layout like Pinehurst No. 2, Rose finished a respectable three-over par. He couldn't get anything going in the opening and closing rounds, posting two-over par 72s on both days. But considering only three players: Martin Kaymer, Rickie Fowler and Erik Compton, finished under par, Rose put in a commendable performance.
In the Open Championship, Rose once again bookmarked a pair of 72s around a 70 and a 69, which left him at five-under par. Nice playing, but not at the level of Rory McIlroy, Rickie Fowler and Sergio Garcia.