US Open champion Justin Rose took a two-shot lead after round one of the PGA Grand Slam in Port Royal, Bermuda.
The 33-year-old Englishman fired a four-under 67 to head
US PGA champion Jason Dufner
in the exhibition event for the year's four major winners.
Justin Rose career highlights
- Won 2013 US Open
- Third at 2012 US PGA
- Fifth at 2007 Masters
- Fifth at 2003 US Open
- European Tour Order of Merit winner 2007
- Five PGA Tour wins. six European Tour wins
- Fourth at 1998 Open as 17-year-old amateur
Masters champion Adam Scott
shot 70, while Ireland's Padraig Harrington, playing in place of Open winner Phil Mickelson, carded 74.
The 36-hole tournament, won last year by Harrington, ends on Wednesday.
became the first Englishman to win a major since Nick Faldo in 1996 with victory at Merion in June.
Mickelson, who won his
first Claret Jug and fifth major
in all at Muirfield in July, opted not to take part in Bermuda.