PITTSFORD, N.Y.- As if shooting a course record on Friday wasn't enough, Jason Dufner solidified a historic weekend by winning the 2013PGA Championship at Oak Hill Country Club.

Dufner (-10) shot a record 63 in the second round, slipped a stroke on Saturday, but finished strong to win by two strokes.

Paired with Dufner was Jim Furyk, who led after 54 holes. Furyk faltered in the front nine, dropping into second place for the rest of round. Furyk finished -8.

Sweden's Henrik Stenson and Jonas Blixt were in contention entering the final round. Stenson (-7) and Blixt (-6) shot even par on the last day.

Masters champion Adam Scott was a co-leader after the first round. Scott was also in the hunt on the last day, but couldn't quite get back stop the leaderboard. Scott shot -5 for the tournament.

Defending PGA champion Rory McIlroy had an up and down weekend, ending the tournament -3.

As for two of golf's legends, Oak Hill was not as kind. After Tiger Woods (+4_ double bogeyed the last hole on Thursday, he was unable to get back in the mix. Woods is now 0 for his last 20 majors.

Defending British Open champ Phil Mickelson was even worse. +12 for the tournament.

Check out the special PGA Section of the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle for more information about the course, the players, and updates all week.