2013 PGA Championship: Adam Scott drives the green on par-4 14th at Oak Hill

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The best driver in the game hits the best drive of the week at Oak Hill's reachable par-4.

Adam Scott is widely regarded as the best driver in golf. He has one of the best swings in the game -- Golf Channel's Brandel Chamblee even called it potentially the best swing in the history of golf on Friday night. But he's particularly accurate and pure off the tee with the big stick.

That makes going for the green on Oak Hill's 14th hole, a 323-yard par-4, a no-brainer decision for the Aussie. We've seen several players drop their tee balls on that green this week. Tiger hit a beauty on Friday only to follow with a three-jack par. Keegan Bradley actually blasted it well through the green on Saturday. But none of the tee shots have been prettier than this one from Scott:

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The shot even worked Uncle Verne into a lather, prompting an "Ohhhh, gracioussss!" which you'd normally hear on a Saturday in the fall, not August.

Unlike Tiger on Friday, Scott avoided the three-putt and cleaned up an easy birdie to get to 7-under, one shot back of the lead.

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