Justin Rose "feeling great" following win

Justin Rose of England hits a tee shot on the second hole during a practice round for the Northern Trust Open at Riviera Country Club on February 12, 2014
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English golfer Justin Rose says that he is "feeling great" after winning his second tournament is as many weeks with victory in the Scottish Open.

Justin Rose has said that he is "feeling great" after winning the Scottish Open earlier today.

The Englishman shot a round of 65 to finish two shots clear at the top of the leaderboard, sealing his second tournament victory in two weeks.

The world number six told Sky Sports News: "I've won two in a row now so I've put the pressure on myself. There's no-one to blame but me. It's uncharted territory for me, I've never won two in a row before, never mind three.

"It's unbelievable to be back in the winners' circle so quickly but right now I am feeling great. I don't feel the two wins have taken a lot out of me. I feel that I've taken it in my stride.

"The Open is going to come around quickly so tonight is going to be calm and relaxed. I will enjoy the moment but my mind will definitely be back in the game as of tomorrow."

Rose will be back in action when the Open Championship gets underway at Royal Liverpool on Thursday.

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