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Justin Rose |

Team: PGA Golfer
Age / DOB:  (34) / 7/30/1980
Ht / Wt:  6'3' / 185
College: England

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Justin Rose carded a 1-under-par 34-35=69 in the final round of the World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational to share fourth place at 9-under 271.
Rose started fast with an eagle from 8'11" on the par-5 second hole at Firestone CC, but stalled from there. Three bogeys outpaced two birdies, including an 11'8" effort at the par-3 seventh, the rest of the way. It was the putter that ultimately cost him. The Englishman landed 16 GIR but lost 2.376 strokes with the flat stick. He will try and get that fixed before the PGA Championship later this week. Aug 3 - 7:25 PM

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Justin Rose settled for an even-par 34-36=70 in the third round of the World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational and enters the final round tied for fourth at 8-under 202.

The Englishman traded three birdies for three bogeys on his lap around Firestone Country Club. The flat stick giveth, and the flat stick taketh away on Saturday. After holing birdies from 28'5" and 19'3" for birdies on the par-4 third and ninth holes, he suffered two very messy three putts on the back nine. Those hiccups essentially have ended his chances at a win without some serious help from Sergio Garcia, who sits six-strokes clear of Rose.
Aug 2 - 5:00 PM

Justin Rose added a 3-under-par 34-33=67 in his second round of the World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational to post 8-under 132 at the break, good for outright possession of the 36-hole clubhouse lead.

Rose landed 16 greens in regulation at Firestone today. He converted on four occasions, the longest measuring just 11'8" at the par-4 first hole. Getting up and down on his other two holes was no bargain, however. The Brit bogeyed the par-4 14th, where he found a fairway bunker off the tee, and coerced a par attempt from 10'8" to drop at the par-4 fourth. His motor is humming along at the moment.
Aug 1 - 1:54 PM

Justin Rose enjoyed a bogey-free, 5-under-par 33-32=65 for his opening round of the World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational, finishing one stroke off the overnight lead.

The Englishman failed to make it three consecutive wins when he tied for 23rd at The Open Championship, but there's no denying his form. Today featured wicked scrambling as he missed seven greens in regulation. The most impressive par save occurred at the par-4 third where he had to lay up in the fairway after a poor drive, and then shorted his third just beyond the water. He then holed out from 10 yards in the rough. Meanwhile, four of his five birdies traveled at l4 feet, including a six-yarder from the fringe at 2 and a conventional conversion from 24'8" at 16.
Jul 31 - 6:00 PM

Justin Rose completed 36 holes of The Open Championship in 2-under-par 72-70=142 and sits three strokes off the 36-hole clubhouse lead.

Rose's only top 10 in 12 starts in this tournament occurred in his first when, as an amateur, he holed out at the last at Royal Birkdale in 1998 to finish T4. However, he rolled into this week's with victories in his last two starts, so he's riding some momentum. Today's walk around Royal Liverpool featured an eagle-3 at the 10th hole and two birdies, including a walk-off 4 at 18. Overall, he's split 17 (of 28) fairways and hit 25 greens in regulation, solid indications that he's piling up chances.
Jul 18 - 9:56 AM

With a bogey-free, 6-under-par 31-34=65 in his final round of the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open, Justin Rose posted 16-under 268, good for a two-stroke victory over Kristoffer Broberg of Sweden.

The Brit took last week off following his come-from-behind win at the Quicken Loans National. If nothing else, the break allowed him to acclimate to the time zone at Royal Aberdeen where he opened with respective rounds of 69, 68 and 66 to share the 54-hole lead with Scotland's Marc Warren, who closed with a 1-under 70 to finish five strokes in arrears of the champion. For the week, Rose buried 21 birdies against five bogeys. This is his seventh European Tour title but first on European soil since the 2007 Volvo Masters in Spain.
Jul 13 - 1:48 PM

Justin Rose crafted a 1-under-par 35-35=70 in the final round of the Quicken Loans National and bested Shawn Stefani on the first hole of a playoff to claim the victory.

Rose finished the week at 4-under 280 for his first win anywhere since the 2013 U.S. Open. On his 72nd hole, the Englishman stepped onto the 18th tee likely needing a par to secure a victory, but pulled his drive into the trees. From there, he hit his second into the water, and then chipped his par attempt 15'1" past the hole. After watching Ben Martin narrowly miss a birdie bid that would have moved the American to 4-under, Rose shut Martin out by converting the bogey putt. The eventual champ fared much better in the playoff, also on 18, splitting the fairway and hitting the GIR while essentially watching Stefani make the same mistake that Rose made in regulation to hand him the win. Rose circled three birdies and squared two bogeys on his round. His longest birdie came from 5'2" on the difficult par-4 11th. With this victory, he is assured of a spot in the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.
Jun 29 - 6:14 PM

Justin Rose posted an even-par 34-37=71 in the third round of the Quicken Loans National and trails the clubhouse lead by a stroke at 3-under 211.

Rose circled five birdies in his trot around Congressional Country Club, with the last one coming from 11'5" on the par-4 17th. The problem was, he couldn't keep the squares off the scorecard. He suffered three bogeys and a double bogey at the par-4 11th. Scoring was very difficult in the third round, especially late in the day, and the 2013 U.S. Open winner was just two off the lead in real time at the time of his posting. He stands an excellent chance at sneaking out of Bethesda, Maryland with a win on Sunday evening.
Jun 28 - 5:07 PM

Justin Rose pured a bogey-free, 6-under-par 34-31=65 in his second round of the Quicken Loans National to post 3-under 139 at the break, one stroke off the pace of the early 36-hole clubhouse leaders.

The Englishman took a week off after sharing 12th place in his title defense of the U.S. Open. That win happens to be his last anywhere, but it's not like he hasn't been peppering leaderboard since. In fact, his opening 74 at Congressional is the anomaly. Today, he went 5-for-5 in scrambling and circled six birdies, five of which from outside 10 feet. The most notable among the conventional measured 24'7" and 22'7" at Nos. 2 and 7, respectively -- he walked off with birdies at 7, 8 and 9 -- but he cracked the seal on the momentum with a zero-putt 11-yarder from just off the surface at the par-4 11th.
Jun 27 - 1:00 PM

Justin Rose spun an even-par 37-33=70 in the third round of the U.S. Open to claim the clubhouse lead at 1-over 211.

Rose circled four birdies and gave back two bogeys and a double bogey on his navigation of Pinehurst No. 2. The ball-striking was the key, splitting 11 of 14 fairways and landing a steady 12 GIR. While he finds himself 10 strokes off the lead in real time, he will almost certainly be inside the top 10 going into Sunday's finale. It's been an impressive defense to say the least.
Jun 14 - 5:28 PM

Justin Rose opened his title defense of the U.S. Open with a 2-over-par 39-33=72.

Given he went out in birdie-free 4-over, that's a reasonable score. Rose started on the back side of Pinehurst and collected four bogeys before finally garnering cheers with birdies at 1, 3 and 5. He tacked on one more bogey at the par-4 eighth and finished seven strokes adrift of Martin Kaymer's overnight lead. Overall, Rose split nine (of 14) fairways and hit 12 greens in regulation.
Jun 12 - 7:43 PM

Justin Rose has made his way to Pinehurst No. 2 to defend his U.S. Open title later this week.

Rose picked up the biggest victory of his career at Merion last year on a much shorter and tighter layout. He is attempting to go back-to-back in the U.S. Open for the first time since Curtis Strange accomplished the feat in 1988 and 1989. Of note, the Englishman's ball-striking has faded this season, ranking 100th in that category. He was suffered a surprising missed cut at Memorial in his final U.S. Open prep in an event where he entered among the favorites. The odds are lining up against him.
Source: USOpen.com
Jun 10 - 9:33 AM

Justin Rose completed 36 holes of the Memorial in 1-over-par 73-72=145 and missed the cut on the number.

The Englishman closed birdie-birdie today, but acknowledged afterwards that he double-hit a chip at the par-3 12th hole where he had to pencil in a double bogey. It's just the second time in 10 appearances at Muirfield Village that Rose hasn't played the weekend. He's the most recent to record his PGA TOUR breakthrough victory on site in 2010, which is one of five top 10s on his slate at the tournament. He'll take a week off now before heading to Pinehurst to defend his title at the U.S. Open. Other notables that failed to survive today's cut include: 145--Russell Henley; Steven Bowditch; Rickie Fowler; Tim Clark; Michael Kim ... 146--Matt Every; Russell Knox ... 147--Seung-yul Noh; Will MacKenzie; Brian Stuard ... 148--Brian Harman ... 149--Chesson Hadley ... 152--Matt Jones.
May 30 - 7:04 PM

Justin Rose birdied three of his final four holes at TPC Sawgrass to secure a 3-under-par 33-36=69 in the final round of THE PLAYERS, taking control of the clubhouse at 10-under 278.

It was noted earlier that Rose received the good fortune of having a two-stroke penalty retracted before setting foot on the course, and he didn't let the break go to waste. Three birdies, all inside of eight feet, on the front nine gave way to a trio of bogeys on the first three holes of the back nine. Rather than panic, he bounced back with an 11'5" birdie at 15, a seven footer on the par-3 17th and a 45'5" bomb to end the day on the 18th. He finds himself four behind Martin Kaymer in real time, so it will require some help if he is to steal the victory.
May 11 - 4:36 PM

Justin Rose began the final round of THE PLAYERS at 7-under 209 instead of 5-under 211 after a two-stroke penalty following his third round was rescinded.

The decision was made after a new rule went into play to protect players from penalties that could only be seen via high-definition devices. Rose was informed of his good fortune at 11:40 a.m. ET and is now off and running in the final round. He remained in his original pairing.
May 11 - 1:23 PM