Justin Rose - Profile

Justin Rose: Looking for second major win

Justin Rose: Looking for second major win

The 2013 US Open champion can boast a top five in all four majors, including a third in the 2012 US PGA.

* Became England's first major winner since 1996 when capturing the US Open at Medinah by a shot. Also first English player to win US Open since 1970.

* Burst onto scene when tied fourth as 17-year-old amateur on Open Championship debut at Royal Birkdale.

* Turned pro after top four at Royal Birkdale and missed first 21 cuts.

* 6 PGA Tour wins: 2010 Memorial, AT&T National, 2011 BMW Championship, 2012 WGC-Cadillac Championship, 2013 US Open, 2014 Quicken Loans National.

* Played starring role in 2012 Ryder Cup when holing birdie putts at 17 (35ft) and 18 (12ft) to beat Phil Mickelson and help Europe pull off dramatic win.

* Two top 10s in US PGA. Third in 2012 and ninth in 2008.

Player Details

  • Nationality: English
  • Date Of Birth: 30/07/1980
  • Birth Place: Johannesburg, South Africa
  • Height: 6ft 3
Recent Stroke Play Results
Date Tournament Pos Score Total To Par
2018 Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship T57 71+71 142 -2
2017 Hong Kong Open T10 68+69+68+68 273 -7
2017 DP World Tour Championship Dubai T4 66+70+65+70 271 -17
2017 Turkish Open 1 69+68+64+65 266 -18
2017 WGC-HSBC Champions 1 67+68+72+67 274 -14
2017 Tour Championship T10 68+66+71+69 274 -6
Grand Slam History
US Masters -T38T10T2T14T25T8
US Open ---T27T121T21
The Open Championship ---T6T22--
US PGA Championship ----T24T33T3

Justin Rose News

Justin Rose with the Indonesian Masters trophy

Rose wins Indonesian Masters

Justin Rose played 28 holes on Sunday in the weather-delayed Indonesian Masters to claim an eight-stroke victory at Royale Jakarta Golf Club.

FLASHBACK: Rose's 2002 victory

Ahead of Justin Rose hosting the 2018 British Masters, we look back at his memorable victory in the event from 2002.

Justin Rose believes the underdogs tag will inspire Europe at Le Golf National

'Underdogs tag inspires Europe'

Europe will relish the opportunity to rise to the occasion against the "favourites" USA in next year's Ryder Cup, believes Justin Rose.


WATCH: 13-year-old beats star duo

WATCH: 13-year-old beats star duo

Watch as a 13-year-old impresses his hero Rory McIlroy and beats both Dustin Johnson and Tommy Fleetwood in Abu Dhabi.

WATCH: Driving trick-shots

WATCH: Driving trick-shots

Watch as trick-shot champions Geoff Swain and Kevin Carpenter find a number of amazing ways to hit a driver in Abu Dhabi.

WATCH: Rory's first pro ace

WATCH: Rory's first pro ace

As Rory McIlroy returns to action in Abu Dhabi, we look back on the first hole-in-one of his pro career in this event.