Justin Rose's Biography
He moved to England when he was five years old.
As a youngster, Justin Rose played off +3 at 14 and was selected for the Walker Cup at 17.
Significant moments in Justin Rose's golfing career include tying for fourth in the 1998 British Open when still an amateur (he turned pro later that year) and, in 2002, winning the Dunhill Championship and the British Masters.
2007 proved a great year for Justin Rose and he gained his first European PGA Tour Order of Merit title. Rose ended the 2007 season seventh in the world rankings.
Justin Rose's hobbies include tennis, soccer, cricket, cars, and music.
In June 2013, Justin Rose won his first major title when he became the first Englishman for 43 years to win the US Open.
In 2016, Justin Rose was selected to be part of Great Britain's golfing team at the Rio Olympics.
Justin Rose became golf's first Olympic champion since 1904, taking gold.
On the way he hit Olympic golf's first hole-in-one.
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