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Justin Rose Using Bag With Late Father's Name During Final Round

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Justin Rose is using a golf bag during the final round of the U.S. Open with the name of his late father, Ken Rose, inscribed on it, a fitting tribute on Father's Day.

Rose’s father passed away in 2002 after a bout with leukemia. After Rose won the U.S. Open at Merion on Father’s Day, he motioned to the sky in a tribute to Ken. Rose credits his father as the main source of his development as both a golfer and a person. His victory at Merion was his first major championship title.

Here’s a look at Rose’s bag.

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