By DOUG FERGUSON AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — Seven holes into the Masters, Justin Rose was 2-over par and in no position to panic. He knew Augusta National in April was no picnic compared with the last one in November. He figured if he could get back to around even par by the end of the day he would be fine. Rose never expected his best score in his 59 rounds at Augusta National. No one could have seen it coming, either. Rose made seven birdies and an eagle during a torrid 10-hole stretch for an opening 7-under 65, giving him a four-shot lead Thursday in conditions that might only get tougher the rest of the way. “It’s incredible,” Rose said. “It’s a good reminder that you just never know what can happen out there.” [caption id="attachment_44279" align="aligncenter" width=
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