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Justin Rose

Team: PGA Golfer
Age / DOB:  (35) / 7/30/1980
Ht / Wt:  6'3' / 185

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Justin Rose will return from back injury as he preps for the 116th U.S. Open Championship, held at Oakmont Country Club this week. UPDATE: Rose returned to action June 16th at the U.S. Open and at 8-over 72-76=148, missed the cut by two strokes.
The Englishman has been out of action since a T19 at THE PLAYERS. The two events he backed out of were the BMW PGA Championship and the Memorial, so you know it was semi-serious (even if precautionary). Just three days ago he alerted his followers on Twitter with a collage that included the caption, "Busy week in the gym and on the course preparing for the US Open. Made really good progress." It shows him working with a medicine ball and swinging a golf club just fine. All signs point to a clean bill of health, so gamers should fire away at the 2013 U.S. Open champion. Jun 13 - 10:47 PM
Source: USOpen.com

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Justin Rose has withdrawn from this week's Memorial, citing the back injury that has kept him sidelined since THE PLAYERS.

The Englishman had to pull out of last week's BMW PGA Championship, an event he considers a home game, so we knew this injury was a bit serious. He did fly back to England to provide commentary for Sky Sports on Sunday, but he's not feeling up to a return to golf quite yet. While this injury is nothing to ignore, Rose is likely playing it safe for the moment, so he can return in full health ahead of the three remaining majors this season. Adding to this, Rose recently told Sky Sports "I want to be 100 percent fit, ready and focused for the U.S. Open, Every day I'm making progress and, although it's important not to rush these things, I'm upbeat and positive."
May 30 - 11:31 AM

Justin Rose has pulled his name out of the field for next week's BMW PGA Championship, citing a back injury as the reason for the pre-tournament WD.

Rose alerted his followers across all social media channels today, saying "I battled the onset of back pain all week at THE PLAYERS Championship, and symptoms worsened during my week after at home." The Englishman recorded a T19 at TPC Sawgrass, including a closing-round 6-under 66, so he battled through it valiantly. Rose went on to say he regards the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth as his home event, so we know this is somewhat serious (even if it is precautionary). Gamers should remember this injury the next time he tees it up, which may be at Muirfield Village Golf Club in three weeks for the Memorial Tournament.
May 19 - 2:12 PM

Justin Rose enjoyed a 6-under-par 33-33=66 in the final round of THE PLAYERS to wrap his 13th appearance on 5-under 283, up 35 places on the live leaderboard to T20 and good for the low round in the clubhouse.

The 35-year-old fell victim to TPC Sawgrass' course conditions in R3 swallowing a 6-over 78 that included three doubles en route to a back-nine 42. It was a season worst in 35 rounds and tied a career worst at THE PLAYERS, having shot 78 twice before (2006/R1, 2008/R1). The Englishman rebounded on Sunday to post his best at THE PLAYERS in 40 career laps, eclipsing 67 in 2014/R1 and 2005/R2. He striped 11 (of 14) fairways and hit 14 greens in regulation posting 1.500 putts per GIR. Rose circled eight, including four straight on holes 14-17, against two bogeys on failed scrambles.
May 15 - 2:23 PM

Justin Rose reached into his bag of tricks for a 7-under-par 34-31=65 during the opening round of THE PLAYERS, two strokes off the torrid pace set by Jason Day.

The Englishman circled six birdies and one eagle to offset just one bogey. That was set up by great approach play, landing all 18 greens on the day. His longest putt of the day was a 16'9" birdie roll on the par-4 first hole, his only putt made from outside 10 feet, today. Three holes earlier, he stuck his 161-yard approach shot to just 9'7" and then rolled that in for an eagle at the par-5 16th hole. This will go in the books as a new personal low at TPC Sawgrass, with his previous being 5-under 67 (R1/2014, R2/2005).
May 12 - 2:06 PM

Justin Rose settled for a 1-under-par 34-37=71 in today's final round of the Wells Fargo Championship for a 72-hole total of 8-under 280, good for solo third and one shot shy of a two-man playoff involving Roberto Castro and eventual champ James Hahn.

Rose entered off a disappointing missed cut in his Zurich Classic title defense last week so a rebound is just what the doctor ordered. He'll be somewhat disappointed again however, after playing his final eight holes in birdie-less 2-over with a failed scramble on the 12th and a 3-putt bogey from 17'7" at the par-4 16th. Rose also missed birdie putts from inside of eight feet at the 11th and 15th. He began the finale T3 on 7-under, two back of 54-hole leader Rickie Fowler. Playing out of the penultimate twosome, the 35-year-old was tied for the lead on 10-under after his third birdie of the round on the par-5 10th before the indifferent finish. He settles for a personal best at Quail Hollow in his seventh appearance, supplanting solo fifth on last visit in 2014, and a season best in his 10th start. Rose was No. 1 in strokes gained: tee-to-green but 66th in strokes gained: putting, including a dismal -3.822 in R4.
May 8 - 7:20 PM

Justin Rose spun a 3-under-par 35-34=69 in the third round of the Wells Fargo Championship to reach 7-under 209, two adrift of 54-hole clubhouse leader Rickie Fowler, who shot 68.

Rose had a golden chance for one better but missed birdie from 8'8" at the par-4 18th -- had he made, it would've been the first at the 18th all day with play nearing a close. Nonetheless, he's up eight on the live leaderboard to T3. The 35-year-old is making his seventh appearance with a best of solo fifth on last visit in 2014. He began the third frame on 4-under (T11) after opening in twin 70s. The Englishman striped 10 (of 14) fairways and peppered 14 greens in regulation, gaining 3.770 strokes tee-to-green at the time he signed his card. He sandwiched birdie-3 at four with bogeys at three and five, but played his final 13 in blemish-free 4-under, circling Nos. 7, 8, 13 and 17, highlighted by a 49'5" bomb at the par-3 13th.
May 7 - 5:40 PM

Justin Rose pieced together a 2-under-par 34-36=70 in the second round of the Wells Fargo Championship, reaching halftime at 4-under 140, just four strokes off the current pace.

The Englishman opened on the back nine and circled two birdies before rinsing his approach shot on the par-4 18th hole. This mishap lead to a double bogey, his second straight day recording a six on the 18th. Rose bounced back with an 11'10" birdie roll just two hole later at the par-3 second hole. Through two rounds, he's split just 11 (of 28) fairways, ranking T131 in the field. If Rose can figure out the driver and avoid the big number on 18, he should be right in the mix come Sunday afternoon.
May 6 - 1:41 PM

Defending champ and Zurich Ambassador Justin Rose sleepwalked to an even-par 34-38=72 in the second round of the Zurich Classic of New Orleans and at even-par 144, missed the cut by two strokes.

A total of 82 players made the 36-hole cut on 2-under 142 so a second cut of low 70 and ties will come after 54 holes. Rose opened his defense with a two-birdie two-bogey 72 that included a bogey-6 on 11, ending his blemish-free streak in NOLA at 76 holes. He began his second frame on No. 10 and went out in birdie-less 2-over 38, squaring back-to-backs on 12 and 13. The 35-year-old got on the board with birdie at the par-5 second but gave it back with bogey-4 at the third. Birdies at 7 and 8 completed his scoring. Joining Rose with early exits include: 143- Luke List; Sean O'Hair; K.J. Choi; Boo Weekley ... 144- 2009 champ Jerry Kelly; Keegan Bradley ... 146- John Huh; Martin Piller ... 147- Chez Reavie; 2010 champ Jason Bohn; Ricky Barnes ... 149- 2008 champ Andres Romero; Hunter Mahan and Smylie Kaufman.
Apr 30 - 12:46 PM

Justin Rose prepares to defend his title at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans at TPC Louisiana.

The Englishman is a seven-time TOUR winner in 277 career starts but hasn't added any hardware since winning here last year on 22-under 266. He co-led thru 54 holes with the current World No. 1 and fellow Zurich Ambassador Jason Day, and sealed the deal with 6-under 66, playing his last 66 holes blemish-free. Overall, this is Rose's 11th Zurich Classic, eighth straight, and inclusive of the win, has connected four straight top-15 finishes. On the season he has four top 10s on eight starts, though no top 5s, with a season-best T6 at the AT&T Pebble Beach, and has been idle since T10 at the Masters.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Apr 27 - 12:18 AM

Justin Rose closed out the 80th Masters on a strong note, signing for a 2-under-par 35-35=70 to reach 1-over 289 on the week.

The Englishman was circling numbers left and right this week as he recorded six more birdies (19) than the actual champion (13). The difference was that Willett swallowed just eight bogeys and nothing worse, while Rose squared 18 bogeys and a double. The issue was putting as he failed to finish a single round without three-putting as least once. Overall, he three-jacked SEVEN times. Rose remains a threat to contend anytime he tees it up, but not even the best ball-striking can overcome a putting effort like this. Gamers should take note that Rose's resume at Augusta National now reads 11-for-11 with nothing worse than a T39 (2003 debut).
Apr 10 - 8:51 PM

Justin Rose got off to the races with a 3-under-par 34-35=69 in the first round of the 80th Masters, currently three strokes off the leader, Jordan Spieth.

The Englishman went back-and-forth today, trading three bogeys with six birdies, recording just nine pars. The aerial attack was in full force today as he striped 10 (of 14) fairways on his way to 15 greens in regulation. His putter was no slouch, either, splashing in three birdie putts from outside 17 feet, including a 36-foot bomb on the par-4 10th hole. This goes in the books as his fifth career sub-70 round at Augusta National (11 attempts) and he's in great position to back up his runner-up finish from last year.
Apr 7 - 4:41 PM

Justin Rose held off a charging Fabian Gomez to walk off Austin Country Club with a 2-up win during the first round of the World Golf Championships-Dell Match Play.

The duo rattled off three straight bogeys each to open the round. Gomez got in trouble off the tee on the par-3 fourth hole, allowing Rose to draw first blood. The Englishman racked up his lead to four holes as they stepped on the 13th tee box. Gomez circled birdies in two of the next four holes, cutting the deficit to just one with two to play. Rose held serve as Gomez bogeyed the last while he sat just 4'10" away for his birdie attempt. The putt was not necessary as the hole was conceded and Rose will now set his focus on Anirban Lahiri for the second round matchup.
Mar 23 - 8:26 PM

Justin Rose sleepwalked to a 1-over-par 36-37=73 in today's final round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational to conclude his 11th appearance on 10-under 278, down four places to T9.

Rose began Sunday's play on 11-under (T5), four adrift of 54-hole leader Jason Day, after opening in 68-66-71. On his round, he striped 12 (of 14) fairways but mustered just 10 greens in regulation for a -2.124 in strokes gained: tee-to-green after posting positive numbers the first three rounds. The 35-year-old was T3 for the week in driving accuracy at 82.14 percent (46/56), but T30 in GIR at 63.89 percent (46/72) and 42nd in strokes gained: putting. He overshadowed two birdies with three bogeys in the finale.
Mar 20 - 6:07 PM

Justin Rose bobbed and weaved to a 1-under-par 35-36=71 on day three of the Arnold Palmer Invitational to reach the three-quarter pole at 11-under 205, down two places on the leaderboard to T5, four strokes back of 54-hole leader Jason Day.

Rose, making his 11th Bay Hill appearance, has podium-finishes of T3 in 2011 and solo second in 2013. He entered the week off a T17 in his last start at the WGC-Cadillac. The 35-year-old began his third frame in solo third, three adrift of playing partner Day, with Henrik Stenson completing the final threesome. He split 11 (of 14) fairways and hit 12 greens in regulation but after two rounds of positive numbers in strokes gained: putting, regressed to a -1.152 in R3. The Englishman circled just three birdies for a pedestrian 1.833 putts per GIR and squared two bogeys on failed scrambles. His three conversions all came from inside of seven feet.
Mar 19 - 5:07 PM