Justin Rose
College -
Birth Place Johannesburg,, ZAF
Residence London,, GBR
195 lbs
Date Name Position Money Score Strokes
Aug 22 - 25, 2019 TOUR Championship 26 $0 3 285
Aug 15 - 18, 2019 BMW Championship 52 $21,571 -4 284
Aug 8 - 11, 2019 THE NORTHERN TRUST 10 $240,500 -11 273
Jul 25 - 28, 2019 World Golf Championships-FedEx St. Jude Invitational 11 $183,000 -7 273
Jul 18 - 21, 2019 The Open Championship 20 $91,350 -1 283
Jun 13 - 16, 2019 U.S. Open 3 $581,872 -7 277
May 30 - 2, 2019 the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide 13 $191,100 -8 280
May 23 - 26, 2019 Charles Schwab Challenge 58 $15,987 5 285
May 16 - 19, 2019 PGA Championship 29 $65,000 5 285
May 2 - 5, 2019 Wells Fargo Championship 3 $537,200 -11 273
Apr 11 - 14, 2019 Masters Tournament 66 $0 4 148
Mar 14 - 17, 2019 THE PLAYERS Championship 8 $350,000 -12 276
Mar 7 - 10, 2019 Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard 63 $19,474 5 293
Jan 24 - 27, 2019 Farmers Insurance Open 1 $1,278,000 -21 267
Jan 17 - 20, 2019 Desert Classic 34 $29,795 -14 274
Nov 29 - 2, 2018 Hero World Challenge 3 $250,000 -15 273
Oct 25 - 28, 2018 World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions 3 $587,000 -10 278
Exempt Status

Winners of World Golf Championships during the past three seasons: (Exempt through December 31, 2021).

PGA Tour Wins
Career Highlight

Rose claimed his maiden major championship with a victory at the 2013 U.S. Open at Merion by two strokes over Phil Mickelson and Jason Day. Rose ended a 17-year drought for English golfers at the majors since Nick Faldo's win at the 1996 Masters. He also became the first Englishman in 43 years to win the U.S. Open.

5 Things to Know
1 How Justin Rose started playing golf
Rose was born in Johannesburg and first swung a golf club in his backyard at 11 months when his father, Ken, gave him a plastic club. Rose's family moved to England when Rose was 5, where he started competitive golf at Hartley Wintney Golf Club near Hampshire. Rose broke 70 for the first time aged 11 and held a handicap of plus-1 by the age of 14. Rose announced himself to the golf world in two ways when he was 17; he became the youngest golfer to play in the Walker Cup; and holed a 50-yard shot from the rough for birdie on the 18th hole at Royal Birkdale on Sunday at the 1998 Open Championship, finishing tied fourth and claiming the silver medal for the low amateur. The following day he turned professional.
2 First professional win
After the 1998 Open Championship, Rose missed the first 21 cuts of his pro career, consecutively. The horror stretch began at the 1998 Dutch Open and ended when he finished 74th at the 1999 Compaq European Grand Prix. Rose first secured a European Tour card in 1999 when he finished fourth at qualifying school. Although he failed to retain his card the following season, he finished ninth upon returning to q school. Rose's first professional victory came at the 2002 Dunhill Championship in his native Johannesburg, which he dedicated to father Ken, who was sick with cancer and died later that year.
3 Justin Rose's wife Kate
Rose's wife, Kate, is a former international gymnast who retired from competition and was working at IMG where she met Rose in 2000, when he was still managed by the agency. In December 2006, he married Kate and the couple have two children together, Leo, born in 2009 and, Charlotte or ‘Lottie', in 2012. Kate's lucky number is 9, so Rose changed the number on his ball to 99 in the hopes of double luck. They are based in the Bahamas but also have properties at Lake Nona, Florida and Putney, London.
4 Olympic gold medal winner
Rose became the first Olympic golf champion since 1904 when the sport was reintroduced to the summer games ahead of the 2016 edition in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He also made history when he recorded the first hole-in-one at the Olympics. For his services to golf, Rose was made a Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE) in December that year.
5 Justin Rose's Honma equipment deal
Rose made a significant equipment change to start 2019, ending his 20-year partnership with TaylorMade to sign a lucrative, multi-year contract with luxury Japanese brand Honma. The change paid quick dividends for Rose, with a victory at the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines pushing him past the PGA Tour's $50 million mark in career prize money. Rose became the sixth golfer to achieve the milestone, following Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Vijay Singh, Jim Furyk and Dustin Johnson. Rose continues to be coached by renowned instructor Sean Foley, who previously taught Tiger Woods.
Things He Does For Fun
Chelsea FC
Rose is a diehard fan of Chelsea FC, a London glamor club in the English Premier League soccer. Rose attends home games at Stamford Bridge when in London and occasionally plays golf with former club legends John Terry and Frank Lampard.
Rose plays plenty of tennis in his spare time. He counts retiring tennis great Andy Murray as a friend, and is regularly spotted at Wimbledon during the championships each year. Rose also adopted a gluten-free diet in 2015 having seen tennis icon Novak Djokovic reap the benefits of the diet.
Environmental advocate
Rose is passionate about eco-friendly and sustainable golf courses. He is an official ambassador to the Golf Environment Awards in the UK.