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

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Justin Rose hung up a 6-under-par 35-31=66 in round two of the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai and is 7-under 137 at the midpoint.
That's just one swing off the clubhouse lead held by Charl Schwartzel while, on the live leaderboard, he's two behind Thongchai Jaidee, who has three to play. Rose birdied the opening two holes for the second day running but then bogeyed No. 4 and had to settle for five straight pars to the turn. But the back nine proved easy pickings for Rose, who circled birdies at 10, 11, 14, 15, 16 and 18 against a bogey at 17 to climb into contention after a disappointing opening 71. After splitting 9 (of 14) fairways again, the Englishman hit 16 greens in regulation compared to 14 in round one. Nov 20 - 5:39 AM

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With four birdies in his final seven holes, pre-tournament favorite Justin Rose posted a 5-under-par 34-31=65 in round one of the BMW Masters in China.

On a day of low scoring at Lake Malaren, it looked as if Rose had missed the party after managing just two birdies (10 and 14) against a single bogey (2) in his first 11 holes. But par breakers at 3, 4, 6 and 7 lifted him to within three of Sergio Garcia's lead and left him a healthy T6 on the leaderboard. Rose, who won the UBS Hong Kong Open on his last start, piped 10 (of 14) fairways and hit 14 greens in regulation. He took 28 putts and was 3-for-4 in scrambling.
Nov 12 - 4:04 AM

With a closing 2-under-par 34-34=68 at Fanling on Sunday, Justin Rose edged out Lucas Bjerregaard by a shot to win the UBS Hong Kong Open.

In what turned into a final-day duel between the two leaders who had pulled four strokes clear on Saturday, Rose was a shot behind with five to play but a double bogey-6 from Bjerregaard at 14 saw the pair swap places. The Englishman took a tighter grip with a birdie at 16 and could afford to swallow a bogey at 18 and still close out victory on 17-under 203. Bjerregaard finished second on 16-under while it was another five strokes back to Patrick Reed, Matt Fitzpatrick, Jason Scrivener and Soomin Lee in T3. Rose, who hit 17 GIR on Sunday after finding 10 (of 14) fairways, has now won on the European Tour for the fourth consecutive season and has eight ET titles overall. He said, "I'm very happy to get the job done. I had a chance to win in Napa last week, I was tied for the lead going down the tenth hole and let that one flitter away a little bit. I wanted to hang onto this one." He's now exempt into the 2016 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.
Oct 25 - 5:49 AM

Halfway leader Justin Rose hung up a 6-under-par 32-32=64 in round three of the UBS Hong Kong Open but is now tied for top spot with Lucas Bjerregaard.

One shot clear overnight, Rose bettered par on just four holes at Fanling on Saturday although two of those were for eagle. His first came at the 551-yard 3rd hole while he added a second at the 529-yard 13th. The Englishman also circled birdies at 10 and 14 to post 15-under 195 with 18 holes to play. Rose and Bjerregaard, who shot a best-of-the-day 63, are four shots clear of Anirban Lahiri and a further stroke in front of Matt Fitzpatrick and Jeev Milkha Singh. Rose has just a single bogey on his scorecard through three rounds and said, "It was just a really fun day playing with Lucas and flip-flopping birdies and eagles and really stretching away from the field. It was a lot of fun." Today, he split 8 (of 14) fairways, hit 14 greens in regulation and was 4-for-4 in scrambling.
Oct 24 - 7:34 AM

Justin Rose posted a 4-under-par 33-33=66 in Friday's second round at the UBS Hong Kong Open, good enough for the clubhouse lead on day two.

With rounds of 65 and 66, Rose has moved to 9-under 141 at the midpoint. That's a shot clear of Denmark's Lucas Bjerregaard and two in front of compatriot Ian Poulter. Rose opened his morning lap of Fanling with a par at 11 before picking off birdies at 14 and 18. The Englishman rolled in a 15-foot putt from just off the green at 3 for a third birdie of the round and added another at the short par-4 next. That took him to double digits under par before he swallowed his only bogey of the week so far at the tough 493-yard par-4 9th. However, he got it back with a walk-off birdie at 10 to take top spot on his own. After hitting only 7 (of 14) fairways -- six less than in round one -- Rose said, "Yesterday I played such a clean round, I guess it was always going to be more of a struggle. I made a few more mistakes today but salvaged par very well quite a few times. So continue to try and play good golf over the weekend, make some birdies, and keep moving forward."
Oct 23 - 3:51 AM

Justin Rose authored a bogey-free 5-under-par 33-32=65 in the first round of the UBS Hong Kong Open and shares third spot.

His afternoon lap of Fanling left the Englishman just one shot behind leaders Andrea Pavan and Lu Wei-chih. Rose made a steady start with just a single birdie and eight pars on the front nine but on the back he accelerated with gains at 10, 13, 14 and 17. He has a morning tee-time on Friday. The 2013 U.S. Open champion missed the cut on his only other appearance in this event in 2011 but started that event with a 4-over 74. Today, he piped 13 (of 14) fairways and missed just two greens in regulation.
Oct 22 - 6:28 AM

Justin Rose settled for an even-par 34-38=72 in the finale of the Open to wrap his tournament debut at 12-under 276, three shots back of eventual champ Emiliano Grillo.

Rose began his final frame at 12-under and in an eight-way logjam at T4, two adrift of 54-hole leader Brendan Steele. After going bogey-free in yesterday's loop, he squared five today in an up-and-down tour of Silverado Resort and Spa's North Course. The Englishman found just four (of 14) fairways for a second consecutive day and finished T61 in the field for the week in that stat (26/56). He managed to hit 16 greens in regulation on Sunday, and made good on five to offset his dropped shots, including a 55-foot bomb at the par-3 second. His other four conversions however, all came from inside of four feet. The 35-year-old three-putted the fourth and 12th greens contributing to a dismal -2.819 in strokes gained: putting. He ended last season with T2 at the TOUR Championship and begins 2015-16 with a four-way tie for sixth.
Oct 18 - 11:49 PM

Justin Rose crafted a bogey-free 4-under-par 34-34=68 in today's third round of the Open to trail 54-hole leader Brendan Steele by two shots.

At World No. 7, Rose is the second-highest ranked player in the field behind No. 3 Rory McIlroy. While both are making their debuts, Rose is living-up to the top billing, his 12-under 204 total after 54 holes has him in a eight-way tie for fourth place. The Englishman began Saturday's play at 8-under (T6) and three back. Despite landing 16 greens in regulation, he converted on only four chances, but they came in pairs. He broke the ice with birdie from nine feet at the par-4 eighth and went back-to-back with a gimme from 18 inches at the par-5 ninth. After another lull, he converted from 8'3" at the par-5 16th and from 4'9" at the par-4 17th to complete his scoring. Since his seventh career TOUR title at the 2015 Zurich Classic of New Orleans, the 35-year-old has logged six top-six finishes, including runners-up at the Memorial and the TOUR Championship.
Oct 17 - 9:34 PM

Justin Rose chased his opening 67 at the Open with a 3-under-par 35-34=69 in today's second round.

Not known as an impressive putter, that wand was working today for the Englishman at Silverado. At last check, his strokes gained: putting for the round was 3.007; it measured an aggregate 4.909, good for third-best in the field. Rose set up 13 scoring opportunities and connected five times for birdies, including conversions from 15 feet and 12'3" at Nos. 4 and 16, respectively. But he also poured in respective par saves from 22'1", 11'2" and 31'8" at the first, sixth and 14th holes. He signed his card at 8-under 136, one back of Will Wilcox' 36-hole clubhouse lead.
Oct 16 - 8:23 PM

Justin Rose hung up a 5-under-par 34-33=67 in today's opening round of the Open.

The Englishman agreed to competing in this tournament at least once after participating in the Turkish Airlnes Open in 2012. Suffice it to say that Silverado agrees with him after a six-birdies, one-bogey lid-lifter. Among his notable conversions were rolls from 16'1" and 13'4" at Nos. 15 and 4, respectively. He totaled 15 greens in regulation. And frankly, he just picked up where he left off the 2014-15 season with a T2 at East Lake. He's four strokes off the clubhouse lead in Napa.
Oct 15 - 4:02 PM

Justin Rose spun a 4-under-par 31-35=66 in the finale of the TOUR Championship to conclude at 5-under 275, good for a three-way tie for second and four shots back of champion Jordan Spieth.

Rose put a new putter in the bag for the final round at it worked, circling seven birdies in his final frame after posting a goose egg in the third round, albeit on just nine greens in regulation yesterday. That said, Rose ended the week with 16 birdies, T2 in the field, and climbed six spots up the leaderboard on Sunday, despite a disastrous double bogey-6 on the 10th and bogey-5 on the 17th, his two blemishes on the round. The putter change came too late perhaps to contend for his second title of the season, ending the week 24th (of 28) in strokes gained: putting. Quite telling as the 35-year-old ranked first in the field in strokes gained: tee-to-green. Nonetheless, Rose completes the season with eight top 10s on 20 starts and records his fourth straight top-6 finish at East Lake.
Sep 27 - 6:53 PM

Justin Rose went birdie-less 1-over-par 36-35=71 in today's third round of the TOUR Championship for a three-day tally of 1-under 209, seven swings back of 54-hole leader Jordan Spieth.

Rose has been in the hunt in each of the past three Playoffs finales, eventually finishing solo second in 2012, where he co-lead after 54 holes, solo sixth in 2013 and T4 in last year's edition. He began a rain-soaked Saturday in solo seventh at 2-under, seven back of 36-hole leader Henrik Stenson. With preferred lies in effect, he landed eight (of 14) fairways and after hitting 13 greens in regulation over the first two rounds, found just nine today. Of the nine, he had four scoring chances between seven and 13 feet, but converted none. The 35-year-old did drop four par putts in excess of seven feet, including an eight-footer at the 16th and a 10'3" effort at the par-3 18th. Also on the plus side, he went 4-for-4 on the day in sand saves. His only other score besides par on the card was bogey-5 at the eighth.
Sep 26 - 6:21 PM

Justin Rose authored a 2-under-par 33-35=68 in today's second round of the TOUR Championship to post 2-under 138 at the break.

With a record as strong as his at East Lake, it was a bit surprising that the Englishman didn't break par until today. He canceled five birdies with as many bogeys (all on par 4s) in the lid-lifter. He added another two bogey-5s today, but countered with four birdies. His longest par breakers measured 19'10" and 20'5" at the par-4 third and seventh holes, respectively, but he nearly holed out for eagle from 47 yards at the par-5 ninth, instead settling for a one-inch birdie.
Sep 25 - 5:06 PM

Justin Rose will be gunning to pad an outstanding slate at East Lake Golf Club in this week's TOUR Championship.

He's 12th in the FedExCup standings, but the Englishman owns one of the best records on this track. Since the old bentgrass greens were replaced with Bermuda in advance of the 2008 edition, he's collected more than $1.8 million without the benefit of a win. Rose finished second in 2012, sixth in 2013 and T4 last year. And his form over the last two months begs a spot in every lineup. In his last seven starts worldwide, he's rung up four top sixes and another pair of top 20s. The beauty is that, unlike the top five who control their own destiny, Rose has absolutely nothing to lose, and that makes him even more dangerous.
Sep 23 - 8:50 PM

Justin Rose fired a bogey-free, 7-under-par 31-32=63 in the third round of The Barclays to post 5-under 205, currently up 57 places on the live leaderboard.

In his last nine stroke-play events, Rose has seven top-six finishes or better, including a win (Zurich Classic), a playoff loss (Memorial), T2 (Masters) and a T3 at the WGC-Bridgestone Inviational. If there's one thing that's been keeping Rose back from adding his second title of the season, it's been slow starts or final-round scoring. At Plainfield CC, it's been an awful start and big numbers. This week alone, he's notched three double bogeys, currently T71 of 72 players that made the cut. Two of those came during a first-round 77, and one came on the 18th (his ninth hole) in round two. Since then however, the Englishman has played his last 27 holes in bogey-free, 11-under. After recording just one birdie in the first round, Rose has circled seven in each of his last two. The 35-year-old's 63 today matches a season low (WGC-Bridgestone/3) on 55 rounds. He heads to Sunday where he ranks 147th on TOUR in final-round scoring average.
Aug 29 - 12:47 PM