Due to a prior family commitment, I will be unable to compete in next week’s Zurich Classic. Zurich has been a phenomenal partner of mine for many years, and while I am disappointed to not be there this year, I look forward to returning to New Orleans in 2020. Hey, GMac, take care of my partner for me!!!
Justin Rose Talks about The Masters
When I won the Farmers Insurance Open at the start of this year, someone told me that 2002 was the last time I’d won in January, so that was definitely a dream start to the season.
Justin Rose to sponsor Telegraph Junior Golf
Justin Rose is putting his money where his clout is. Wednesday sees the launch of the The Justin Rose Telegraph Junior Golf Championship and well as the Englishman pinning his name to the event and providing all of the reflected repute that comes with it, Telegraph Sport can also reveal he is paying for the sponsorship himself.
Justin Rose Talks about Slow Play on Tour
The biggest slow play problem for me is the aesthetic of a shot taking two minutes to be hit on camera. That hurts the game more than if we’re taking five hours 10 minutes or four hours 50 minutes to play a full round.
Rose Keeps Rolling
He won in America on Sunday, less than three months after winning in Turkey, a week after threatening to win in China and two weeks after contending in England. Up next, controversially, is the Saudi international in Saudi Arabia. He’ll arrive there Tuesday morning.
Justin Rose signs multi-year deal with Honma
Honma Golf didn’t waste any time making their presence known to start the new year. The Japanese-based equipment manufacturer officially announced the signing of Justin Rose to a multi-year equipment deal that, according to a press release, will see the second-ranked player in the world “lead Honma’s worldwide tour presence.
Announcing Justin Rose for Bonobos
Justin Rose told us a story about how he once walked into a cafe wearing a golf getup — white pants and an orange shirt. He was fresh from a round, champion that he is, and he couldn’t help feeling out of place while trying to caffeinate.
Justin Rose defends Turkish Airlines Open and Reclaims World No. 1
Justin Rose defended his title at the Turkish Airlines Open and reclaims World No.1 over Brooks Koeopka
Justin Rose wins FedExCup
Justin Rose claimed the season-long race for the FedExCup trophy and the $10 million bonus. Woods was in position to win his third FedExCup trophy, but a clutch birdie on the final hole by Rose gave him the FedExCup.