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Player Profile: Justin Rose

Justin Rose has reached veteran status but the Englishman remains capable of competing for PGA Tour titles, as he demonstrated when winning the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am at the beginning of the year.

The 43-year-old has won 11 PGA Tour titles and 11 DP World Tour titles and his finest hour came in 2013 when he won the US Open, his first and so far only Major championship, at Merion Golf Club in Pennsylvania.

Rose made his Major debut as an amateur in the 1998 Open, finishing in an incredible share of fourth place, and he's enjoyed a further 19 top-10 finishes. 

A Ryder Cup linchpin, Rose was chosen as a captain's pick for the 2023 tournament in Rome and will be desperate to reward Luke Donald by picking up some points for Team Europe.

NameJustin Peter Rose
BornJohannesburg, South Africa
Date of Birth30th July, 1980
Height6ft 3in
Pro wins25
Career earnings £48.4m (PGA Tour only)

PGA Tour wins 

  • 2010 - Memorial Tournament
  • 2010 - AT&T National
  • 2011 - BMW Championship
  • 2012 - WGC-Cadillac Championship
  • 2013 - US Open
  • 2014 - Quicken Loans National
  • 2015 - Zurich Classic of New Orleans
  • 2017 - WGC-HSBC Champions
  • 2018 - Fort Worth Invitational
  • 2019 - Farmers Insurance Open
  • 2023 - AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

DP World Tour wins

  • 2002 - Dunhill Championship
  • 2002 - British Masters
  • 2006 - MasterCard Masters
  • 2007 - Volvo Masters
  • 2012 - WGC-Cadillac Championship
  • 2013 - US Open
  • 2014 - Scottish Open
  • 2015 - Hong Kong Open
  • 2017 - WGC-HSBC Champions
  • 2017 - Turkish Airlines Open
  • 2018 - Turkish Airlines Open

Major wins

  • 2013 - US Open

Where is Justin Rose from?

Rose was born in Johannesburg, South Africa, to English parents and he moved to England when he was five. He now resides in London having previously lived in Orlando, Florida.

What are Justin Rose's career earnings?

Rose has earned £48.4m on the PGA Tour, including Majors and WGC events. His career earnings on the DP World Tour, which also include those co-sanctioned tournaments, are listed at £25.5m.

What is Justin Rose's net worth?

Rose is estimated to be worth £31.5m. He earned $10m (equivalent to £7.87m) for winning the PGA Tour's FedEx Cup in 2018 and a prize equivalent to £1.13m for his US Open win.

Who is Justin Rose's caddie?

Rose's current caddie is American Joshua Cassell, who was born in Knoxville, Tennessee.

Cassell previously worked with four-time PGA Tour winner Daniel Berger as well as Major champions Jason Dufner and Geoff Ogilvy.

Rose has previously worked with a number of caddies including a long-term relationship with Mark "Fooch" Fulcher, who is now on the bag of Billy Horschel.

What clubs does Justin Rose use?

Rose left TaylorMade in 2018, signing a multi-year deal with Japanese brand Honma from the 2019 season onwards, but the Englishman decided to walk away from the contract after his form slumped.

He now uses a combination of clubs including a Callaway Paradym driver and a Paradym Triple Diamond 3-wood while he has also gone back to using a TaylorMade 5-wood.

Rose switched to COBRA King irons ahead of his win at Pebble Beach earlier in the year and he also carries Titleist Vokey and TaylorMade wedges.

His putter is a custom-made Axis 1 and, like many PGA Tour professionals, he plays a Titleist Pro V1 ball.

What is Justin Rose's Ryder Cup record?

Matches: 23
Wins: 13
Losses: 8 
Halves: 2

Rose has played in the Ryder Cup on five occasions, making his debut for Europe in the 16.5-11.5 defeat at Valhalla in 2011 where he scored three points from four matches, a record bettered only by Ian Poulter among the away team.

He would miss out in 2010 but returned to the team in 2012, playing a key role in the famous Miracle at Medinah including holing a 40-foot putt on the 17th on his way to a win over Phil Mickelson in Sunday singles.

The Englishman then led the way for Europe at Gleneagles in 2014, winning four points from five matches, then he won two points in each of next two Ryder Cups, first in defeat at Hazeltine in 2016 then in victory in Paris in 2018.

An overall 13-8-2 Ryder Cup record (14 points from 23 matches) marks Rose out as one of Europe's modern greats - of players to have played in at least five Ryder Cups, only Jose Maria Olazabal, Colin Montgomerie, Ian Poulter and Sergio Garcia have bettered Rose's 60.87 winning percentage.

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