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

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Justin Rose put up an even-par 32-38=70 in Friday's second round of the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay.
Nothing wrong with that in tough scoring conditions but it followed a disappointing first-round 72 and contained an ugly 7 at the par-4 seventh hole when he'd played himself back into the tournament. At 2-over 142, the 2013 U.S. Open winner now lies seven shots behind clubhouse leader Jordan Spieth. Rose went to the turn in 32 thanks to birdies at 10, 14 and 16 against a single bogey at 13 and picked up another shot at 1 to get back under par for the tournament. A bogey at 2 was no real cause for concern but a triple bogey-7 five holes later prompted a frustrated swish of the putter. Rose would bounce back with a birdie at 8 but he's currently outside the top 40. The Englishman is high up the greens in regulation stats after hitting 81% so far but he's needed 66 putts over the first 36 holes. Jun 19 - 6:53 PM

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Justin Rose is one of the favorites for victory going into this week's 115th U.S. Open at Chambers Bay in Washington.

The Englishman made his breakthrough in the majors when winning the 2013 U.S. Open at Merion and will hope to join Tiger Woods, Retief Goosen, Ernie Els, Lee Janzen, Payne Stewart and Curtis Strange, who all lifted the trophy more than once in the same decade. Rose tuned up for Chambers Bay with a near-miss second place at Memorial while he was also runner-up in The Masters earlier this year. One extra bonus for gamers is that he's been at the course since last week, hence getting in the multiple practice rounds which US chief executive Mike Davis feels is necessary for success on this week's unusual course. As well as his win in 2013, Rose has two other top 10s in his U.S. Open career and was also T12 at Pinehurst last year.
Source: USOpen.com
Jun 16 - 4:10 AM

Overnight leader Justin Rose bobbed and weaved to an even-par 38-34=72 in the final round of the 40th Memorial Tournament, and then lost on the third playoff hole to David Lingmerth.

Rose came close to becoming a repeat Memorial champion (2010). He arrived at the 72nd hole needing par to match Lingmerth's 15-under 273 total or birdie to win. After a shanked approach, Rose calmly salvaged par from the right rough 56 yards to the hole. The duo exchanged pars on the first two playoff holes before Rose's errant tee shot on the third opened the door for Lingmerth. The 34-year-old began the final round at 15-under and a three-shot cushion over the eventual champ and playing partner Francesco Molinari. Rose registered just six pars on the card, but none more important than the aforementioned finisher in regulation. The Englishman, who suffered his first three-putt in 178 consecutive holes on the PGA TOUR at No. 7, exchanged six birdies for six bogeys on his up-and-down round. He was looking to add his eighth career TOUR title, having won earlier this year at the Zurich Classic. He'll instead settle for his eighth career runner-up and second of 2014-15 (Masters).
Jun 7 - 5:59 PM

Justin Rose painted a 6-under-par 33-33=66 in today's third round of the Memorial, his 15-under aggregate of 201 good for the clubhouse lead and three clear with play still in progress. UPDATE: Rose will hold a three-stroke advantage over Francesco Molinari and David Lingmerth.

Rose, the 2010 Memorial champion, landed 10 (of 14) fairways and peppered 15 greens in regulation, currently first in strokes gained: total for the tournament. The 34-year-old smothered one bogey with seven birdies, including par breakers on each of the four par fives. His highlight of the day would be a tough choice between his 26'1" birdie putt on the par-4 14th, or his approach on the last to 11'3". That in and of itself doesn't sound that amazing, but taking into account he was standing in the hazard, choked-down to the steel, he nearly holed-out for eagle from 163 yards. While he would not convert the putt, his two-putt par put the icing on a beautifully crafted round. The Englishman will be in position to add his second-TOUR title of 2015, having won the Zurich Classic in April.
Jun 6 - 5:17 PM

Justin Rose backed up his opening 68 at the Memorial with a 5-under-par 32-35=67 in today's second round to post 9-under 135, three strokes off the 36-hole clubhouse lead.

Rose buried seven birdies today, including walk-off conversions from 12 feet and 11'4" at Nos. 17 and 18, respectively, but his longest try that disappeared measured 12'1" for par at the par-3 fourth. His only miscue occurred at the par-3 12th where he squared a 5 after splashing his tee ball well short of the green.
Jun 5 - 6:10 PM

Justin Rose authored a 4-under-par 33-35=68 in today's opening round of the Memorial, finishing one shot off the clubhouse lead.

The 2010 champ at Muirfield Village hadn't gone this low here since capping off that three-stroke win with a 66. He hit 12 greens today and circled six birdies, three of which ranging 11-17 feet. Bogeys at 5 and 17 thwarted at worst a share of the clubhouse lead, but gamers can exhale. Included in his sparkling record in the tournament are three missed cuts in his last six trips.
Jun 4 - 2:13 PM

Justin Rose returns to the site of his 2010 victory at this week's Memorial.

The Englishman has five top 10s on his resume here at Muirfield Village Golf Club. His form does not pose any red flags, either, as he won the Zurich Classic just five weeks ago. His 2014-15 statistical profile is still rounding into shape after an early-season slump saw his numbers decline across the board. Gamers should consider Rose one of the top plays of the week, regardless of salary, starts remaining, or any other possible format restrictions.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Jun 2 - 9:15 AM

Justin Rose dismissed of Ryan Palmer 2 and 1 in today's third round of the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Match Play Championship.

For the first time this week, the first match out on TPC Harding Park is the first to finish. It makes some sense given that all 32 of today's battles feature the top-ranked golfers in every group. Palmer held the early lead with a birdie at the par-5 first hole, but Rose countered with a birdie-win at the par-3 second. He'd hold serve until Palmer won the par-4 10th with par. Alas, the American's bogey at the par-4 11th swung the lead back to Rose for good until they walked off with pars at the par-3 17th. The Brit finishes pool play 2-1. He now needs Anirban Lahiri (1-1) to beat Marc Leishman (2-0) and force a three-way playoff. Palmer went 0-3.
May 1 - 4:10 PM

Justin Rose was fortunate to defeat Anirban Lahiri in 19 holes in today's second round of the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Match Play Championship.

Classic match-play turn of events in this one. Lahiri led on 14 of the first 17 holes. The were all square on the other three, but Rose extended with a birdie-4 at the 18th hole. He closed out the Indian with another birdie-4, this time at No. 1 the second time through. The late save kept Rose alive in the tournament. Both golfers are 1-1 entering Friday's third round. Rose will face Ryan Palmer (0-2) as Lahiri takes on Marc Leishman (2-0). If both Rose and Lahiri win, there will be a three-way playoff. It's the only way that Rose can advance to the round of 16. If he loses and Lahiri wins, then Lahiri will advance.
Apr 30 - 7:45 PM

Justin Rose smoothed a bogey-free 6-under-par 33-33=66 in the final round of the Zurich Classic of New Orleans to post 22-under 266, good for a one-stroke victory over Cameron Tringale.

Rose, a co-leader after 54 holes, sunk a dramatic birdie putt from 13'6" on the par-5 18th (his longest conversion on the round) to post the magic number. The 34-year-old concluded his loop with four straight, one-putt greens, including a 9'11" circle on the par-3 17th to set up the birdie-birdie finish. He split 12 (of 14) fairways and hit 14 greens in regulation on the round requiring 26 putts. The Englishman went 4-for-4 in scrambling and had two other good par-breaker looks on Nos. 11 and 12, missing both from inside seven feet. This is his seventh title in 257 PGA TOUR starts. He's won at least once in every season since 2010.
Apr 26 - 5:19 PM

Justin Rose twirled a bogey-free 7-under-par 33-32=65 in today's third round of the Zurich Classic to post 16-under 200 and take possession of the clubhouse lead. UPDATE: Justin Rose ended up with a share of the 54-hole lead.

Rose, a Zurich brand ambassador, started round three at 9-under (T13) and three shots back of the 36-hole mark. He raced out of the gate with three birdies in his opening three holes. He cooled off, ending his front nine with six consecutive pars, scrambling successfully on Nos. 4 and 6 and missing a 4'7" birdie putt on the fifth. Back-to-back birdies on 10 and 11 jump started his round again but he had to scramble for pars three more times on 12, 13 and 16, ending with just 24 putts on the round.
Apr 26 - 11:50 AM

Justin Rose enjoyed a bogey-free, 6-under-par 33-33=66 in his second round of the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.

Rose's success at TPC Louisiana is one of the reasons gamers hop aboard for the week. He fulfilled the faith with what goes in the books as his lowest of 26 competitive rounds of the course to get to 9-under 135 and sits three strokes off the 36-hole clubhouse lead. He hit 14 greens and rolled in six birdies, the longest from just 12'1" at the par-4 fifth hole. This personal low also extended his streak of red numbers at TPC Louisiana to 13 dating back to a second-round 67 in 2012.
Apr 25 - 10:05 AM

Justin Rose submitted a 2-under-par 36-34=70 in today's final round of the 79th Masters and posted 14-under 284, good for a share of second place with Phil Mickelson.

Playing alongside eventual champion Jordan Spieth, who started the day four strokes clear, Rose applied early pressure with birdies at the first and second holes. Alas, the well went dry as he played his next 10 in birdie-free 2-over. While anything can happen in stroke-play golf, and especially at Augusta National, Rose's three consecutive birdies beginning at the par-5 13th proved to be academic. He closed with a bogey-5 at 18. It's Rose's 10th payday in as many appearances at the Masters and his third top 10. His previous best was a T5 in 2007. The T2 is his second-best finish in any major behind his title at the 2013 U.S. Open at Merion. Oddly enough, it's also his first top-35 finish on the PGA TOUR in seven starts this season.
Apr 12 - 7:52 PM

Justin Rose rode seven birdies to a 5-under-par 36-31=67 in today's third round of the 79th Masters, reaching the three-quarter mark in 12-under 204, good for outright possession of second place entering the final round.

The Brit used the entire round today. He was birdie-free 2-over through six holes before finally finding his groove. Birdies at the par-4 seventh and ninth holes evened his outward nine. Rose then converted four in a row beginning at the par-5 13th, capping the run with a hole-out from a greenside bunker at the par-3 16th. He walked off with his last birdie at the par-4 18th. Rose's best finish at the Masters is a T5 in 2007. He's four strokes adrift of 54-hole leader Jordan Spieth with whom he'll be paired on Sunday.
Apr 11 - 7:07 PM

Justin Rose chased his opening 67 at the 79th Masters with a 2-under-par 37-33=70 in today's second round to post 7-under 137 at the midpoint, seven strokes off Jordan Spieth's 36-hole pace.

Rose doesn't look anything like the golfer that has struggled for weeks. He landed 12 greens in regulation today and picked off another six birdies to match Thursday's harvest. He also squared four bogeys, but consider that he was birdie-free 3-over after four holes in today's loop. So, as one of the contenders entering the weekend, Rose will add another payday to his perfect record at Augusta National in 10 trips.
Apr 10 - 5:52 PM