How many majors has Justin Rose won

How many majors has Justin Rose won

After finishing tied fourth as an amateur in the 1998 Open Championship and subsequently turning professional straight after that but just how many majors has Justin Rose won since he kicked off his illustrious and highly rewarding golf career?

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When he first took up professional golf he missed the cut on 21 consecutive events, he then had to go to the qualifying school on the European Tour in 1999 when he qualified 4th, he then failed to retain his card that year and had to re-visit the qualifying school once again to get his tour card back, he qualified 9th and has been a prominent feature ever since. How many majors has Justin Rose won - Justin Rose

Even though his initial career was a bit bumpy he always had the talent to eventually achieve what he wanted and even at the tender age of 14 years of age he was a solid plus 3 golfer, he just needed to understand his game and put it to good use, he has since amassed a PGA Tour career earnings total of just over $43 million dollars in prize money plus just over 24 million Euros on the European Tour, so all in all not a bad effort for a guy who is still not 40 years of age.

All in all he has 21 professional wins under his belt which includes wins on the PGA Tour, European Tour, Japan Tour, Asian Tour, Sunshine Tour and the Australasian PGA Tour, his only major win was in 2013 when he won the US Open at Merion Golf Club by two strokes over Phil Mickelson and Jason Day.

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He also became the first Englishman in 43 years since Tony Jacklin to win the US Open coupled with the fact that he broke a 17-year major title drought since the last Englishman Sir Nick Faldo to win at the 1996 US Masters at Augusta.

He came close to winning the 2017 US Masters when he lost in a sudden-death playoff to Sergio Garcia, it will only be a matter of time until he wins another major golf title, he has the game to win any of the four majors, he just needs to have the right mental approach when turning up for the major events and to progress his career even further.

Originally born in South Africa and raised in England, he spreads his time between Florida and Putney in London where he owns property, this also enables him to have a base on either side of the Atlantic so he can easily access the European and PGA Tour events – he ended 2017 in spectacular fashion and he looks like he is fully prepared for this year’s opening major at the US Masters at Augusta – where he will surely be contention once again.

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6 Responses

  1. Maybe we will have to wait and see but it would be great for the game of golf if he did

  2. Mr CHET says:

    My # 1 player on tour. Watch him win U.S. Open At Merion. He will win more on tour. + majors.

  3. Yes Richard I agree he is due another major and he is playing well so you never know if it is not the US Open it could be his own national title or the US PGA Championship this year, fingers crossed for him.

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  4. Richard says:

    Really liked this article about Justin Rose, he is due another major and you never know 2018 might be his year starting with the US Open starting in a couple of weeks!

  5. Hi There,

    Thanks for your feedback and comments about the article how many majors has Justin rose won, I really do hope that he takes his A game to Augusta this week at the US Masters, there are quite a few current players who could take this title this week, very small but strong field? Hopefully Justin does himself proud once again.

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  6. Richard says:

    Nice golfer hits the ball so well and so glad to see him doing well again this season, I am sure he will do well again at the US Masters, two runner up spots should see him thereabouts once again.


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