In Masters, Justin Rose Plays Better Than Last Year

Justin Rose is heading in confidence and in better form from last year. His first time won the Augusta National 12 months ago.

He enjoyed as won back to back events in China and Turkey and 37 years old, feeling and excellent late season period. He then took the race to Dubai after losing Englishman Tommy Fleetwood at DP World Tour Championship after faltering.
Rose starts his 2018 with a great campaign and finishes his four top 10 and looking forward to Houston Open this week as he is waiting for the game ahead in the first major next week.

“He is coming in tournament with much confidence and thinking to play better from last year, but will see what it means”.

“The last year I had a nice run on the west coast, so it feels good to go Augusta and he feel like he was going slowly from last year and it feels lovely to touch the peak of Augusta. I would like to always win the masters in my career whether next year or five years down. Also, I would like to win majors, but to win Augusta is amazing”.

He said “He knows how to play the golf course as he played before and my chances are coming again and again so am not putting much emphasis on it. I want to work with fresh bodies and that is how I am going to it.”

To play in Houston is ideal preparation for Masters as it is a short game, but had a success at Augusta.

New wedges have added by world No 5 this week and said “As much spin I am after that and you can get ball chipping than the full shots, but chipping helps when the greens get quick”.