Rose Hunt To Win Still On

At the TPC Boston course Jon Rahm fired a five-under 66  and took the lead of two-shot lead in the Dell Championship as No. 2 players of the world Jordan Spieth and Justin Rose of England charged up the leader board.


Rahm the newcomer in the US PGA Tour, who is also ranked fifth in the world, showed a great performance on the day, he shot an opening round 67 for nine-under 133. He did this at the halfway stage of the 2017 PGA Tour’s playoffs’ second.

Adam Hadwin, 65 from Canada, Paul Casey 65 Englishman and Kyle Stanley 68 from America and Kevin Streelman 65 at seven under are tied for second.

Phil Mickelson (67) for sixth is in a group of four tied at six-under 136. He is one shot ahead of Rose and Spieth, who both rebounded. They made the comeback from one-over 72s and shoot 65s in the first round yesterday morning. The defending champion of the championship Rory McIlroy misses the cut as he shot a three-over 74. More

Rose’s Advice To Rahm And Other Young Players

Before the start of the Irish Open, once US Open champion Justin Rose, give out some sobering advice to young players Jon Rahm and other.


He suggests them that players should know how to control their excitement and anger. Sometime, it becomes important to keep the behavioral conduct in control.

Rahm, who is now just 22 years old, is one of the most exciting and talent golfers in the new generation golfers. He drew lots of criticism for his unsporting manners before missing the cut at Erin Hills in the US Open.

Rahm showed hot temperament in rural Wisconsin, where players like Hideki Matsuyama and Rickie Fowler were there.

This action of Rahm, who is from the United States sent many of his fans onto social media to register his hot-tempered before he made it to the US Open championship with scores of 76 and 73. He missed the cut by five strokes.

Ahead of Irish Open, Rahm said he apologized for his demeanor and he had apologized to both Fowler and Matsuyama. In the US Open Matsuyama finished runner-up. More

Rose Drains 50-Footer In API

In the opening round of the event, Arnold Palmer Invitational, Justin Rose ended a run of pars. It was done in a spectacular way at Bay Hill.


He started on the 10th hole and was playing in the morning marquee group, opening eight holes was completed by the Rose in regulation. He played a natural game before hitting something spectacular at the par-four 18th.

The player after getting the right-side of the fairway off the tee, with his approach he missed the green and saw ball stop on the fringe. It was at the top of the slope. The position of the ball was entirely different angle; Rose took the aggressive step and pushed the ball with all his effort some way to the left of the flag. His effort brought the result for him, he got the huge break. More

HERO WORLD CHALLENGE: JUSTIN ROSE PULLS OUT

The beginning of the second round holding in the Bahamas, saw Justin Rose pull out of the competition after he made a decision to take out two months to rest a back problem.


This was his first appearance since after the Ryder Cup. But the problem which he has been dealing with since May, recurred again, on a minor level, thus leading to his decision to pull out of the challenge instead of taking the risk of further aggravating the issue.

The Englishman will be expected to undergo treatment during the Christmas and New Year period, which spans the period of his two month time out.

For the second round of the tournament, Rose was scheduled to play with Tiger Woods, before he made the decision to pull out.

This thus saw Woods play solo, for the second time since he began his professional career.

Rose had been left on two over par at the foot of the elite 18-player field after a minor recurrence of the injury, which occurred during his first round 74 at Albany. More

UNFORGETTABLE

Well, 2016 was an unforgettable year for Justin Rose. Notably, he didn’t win a single PGA Tour event in 2016.


His best performance was at the Wells Fargo Championship. He finished 3rd there. As far as his overall performance in a major was concerned, it was T10 at the Masters. But things changed dramatically in no time. Or in other words, Rio happened.

Golf has again become an item at the Olympics this summer. It’s been a long awaited demand. Many players decided to not participate. Rose was more than ready to be part of Rio Olympics. He became the gold medal winner at the Olympics. Remember, he’s the first gold medal winner after 100 years or so. As a result, he is on the cover of GOLF for the November edition.

You should definitely check out the GOLF magazine as he talks about his overall experience at the Rio Olympics. And he also shares tips as how to improve your performance when the pressure is ON. He says that pressure will be always there. It’s all about learning to have fun while playing there. More

Justin Rose Ready For Rio

The Englishman golfer and former US Open winner Justin Rose is all fired up to compete for his country in the forthcoming Rio Olympics.


With many of the popular golfing stars withdrawing from playing the Olympics due to Zika virus scare and for other reasons, Justin Rose says he is pretty excited to be playing in Rio. He says that his enthusiasm to take part in the Rio Olympics stemmed from the sporting background of his wife.

He is happy to be in the team Great Britain to help the team win the Olympics gold. He will also be taking part in the opening ceremony to be held at Rio on August 5th. Justin has embraced the Olympics as a whole and his focus is not solely on golf. He said that once golf event starts, then it is a tournament duty for him. Otherwise, he will also join in on the Olympic spirit and enjoy every bit of time that he spends in Rio.

Justin said that the Olympics are a big part of his family. His wife was a gymnast and competing in the Olympics was a huge dream of hers. As she is pretty excited about the Olympics, he too has joined in with her to celebrate the Olympics. This is the first time in 100 years that golf is part of the Olympics. He believes that it would soon become popular and like tennis many of the world’s best golfers will compete at the Olympics to win gold for their country.
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