Justin Rose

Justin Rose

FedExCup Champion: 2018

Height: 6'3" (1.91 m)
Weight: 195 (88 kg)
Age: 43 (July 30, 1980)
Birthplace: Johannesburg, South Africa
Residence: London, England
Family: Wife, Kate; Leo Kenny, Charlotte

Special Interests: Tennis, football, cars, architecture, movies
Turned Professional: 1998
City plays from: London, England


Exempt Status


PGA TOURWinner, FedExCup (thru 2025)

Career Victories


PGA TOUR Victories (11):
2010 (2) the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide Insurance, AT&T National. 2011 (1) BMW Championship. 2012 (1) World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship. 2013 (1) U.S. Open. 2014 (1) Quicken Loans National. 2015 (1) Zurich Classic of New Orleans. 2018 (2) World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions, Fort Worth Invitational. 2019 (1) Farmers Insurance Open. 2023 (1) AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
International Victories (12):
2002 Victor Chandler British Masters. 2002 Dunhill Championship. 2007 Volvo Masters. 2014 Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open. 2015 UBS Hong Kong Open. 2017 Turkish Airlines Open. 2018 Turkish Airlines Open. 2002 Nashua Nedtel Masters. 2002 Crowns Tournament. 2006 Mastercard Masters. 2016 Olympic Games. 2017 Indonesian Masters.

Player Statistics


Career Low Round:

60 - 2022 RBC Canadian Open (Round 4)

Career High FedExCup Rank:

#1 : 2018 TOUR Championship

Career High Official World Golf Rank:

#1 : 2019 Valero Texas Open

Career Largest Paycheck:

$1,660,000 : 2018 World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions (Finished 1)

2022-23 Season Highlights


PGA TOUR
AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am - Won the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am by three strokes over Brendon Todd and Brandon Wu, earning his 11th career PGA TOUR title and first since the 2019 Farmers Insurance Open. At age 42 years, 7 months, 6 days, became the oldest player to win on TOUR since Phil Mickelson at the 2021 PGA Championship. Became the first European player to win the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Made a hole-in-one during the second round at Spyglass Hill Golf Course, his third career ace on TOUR and first since the 2007 FedEx St. Jude Championship. Became the first player to make a hole-in-one and go on to win since Webb Simpson at the 2020 WM Phoenix Open. THE PLAYERS Championship - Finished T6 at THE PLAYERS Championship, his third career top-10 at the event. PGA Championship - Finished T9 at the PGA Championship, his sixth career top-10 at the event. Ryder Cup - Compiled a 1-1-1 record in Team Europe's 16.5-11.5 victory over the United States at the Ryder Cup. Made his sixth career appearance at the Ryder Cup and first since 2018. Fell to Patrick Cantlay, 2 and 1, in Singles.

National Team Selections


Ryder Cup : 2008, 2012, 2014, 2016, 2018, 2023 Olympic Games : 2016 World Cup : 2002, 2003, 2011 Seve Trophy : 2003, 2007 Walker Cup : 1997

Career Records


PGA TOUR (Playoff Record: 1 - 3)
Season Events Rounds 1st 2nd 3rd Top 10 Top 25 Cuts Made Cuts Missed WD FedExCup Rank Earnings
Total: 413 1402 11 15 14 110 211 328 84 2 $62,418,731
2024 5 19 1 5 59 $599,372
2023 20 68 1 5 11 14 6 34 $4,635,120
2022 18 54 2 5 13 5 106 $1,426,994
2021 17 54 3 7 13 4 1 126 $1,304,180
2020 13 38 1 2 4 6 7 91 $965,656
2019 17 62 1 3 7 10 16 1 26 $4,358,849
2018 18 66 2 3 1 11 15 17 1 1 $8,130,678
2017 18 64 3 8 10 15 3 9 $4,245,308
2016 18 62 1 5 11 15 3 51 $2,085,365
2015 20 66 1 3 1 8 11 15 5 8 $5,462,677
2014 19 68 1 8 13 17 2 11 $3,926,768
2013 17 60 1 2 7 13 15 2 10 $4,146,148
2012 19 68 1 1 1 8 12 17 2 6 $4,290,930
2011 23 77 1 1 5 12 18 5 5 $3,401,420
2010 22 78 2 1 4 12 16 6 15 $3,603,331
2009 22 70 2 8 15 7 85 $1,125,518
2008 15 45 1 2 6 10 4 1 114 $1,047,854
2007 16 59 1 1 7 11 15 1 16 $2,705,875
2006 28 95 1 5 11 21 7 $1,629,288
2005 28 95 2 3 11 22 6 $1,365,191
2004 22 72 4 10 18 4 $1,236,764
2003 11 36 1 2 3 9 2 $599,874
2002 4 16 1 3 4 $94,816
2001 1 4 1 $30,756
1999 1 2 1
1998 1 (A) 4 1 1 1
(A) - Amateur

Top Tournaments


PGA TOUR
THE PLAYERS Championship Masters Tournament PGA Championship U.S. Open The Open Championship WGC-HSBC Champions WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play WGC-FedEx St. Jude Inv WGC-Workday Championship at The Concession
2023 T6 T16 T9 CUT CUT
2022 CUT CUT T13 T37 T26
2021 T23 T8 CUT T46 T54 T54
2020 CNL 9 T28
2019 T8 CUT T29 T3 T20 3 T9 11
2018 T23 T12 T19 T10 T2 1 DNS T37
2017 T65 2 (P) CUT CUT T54 T63 T38
2016 T19 T10 T22 CUT T22 T28 T46 T17
2015 CUT T2 4 T27 T6 T48 T17 T3 55
2014 T4 T14 T24 T12 T23 5 T17 T4 T34
2013 CUT T25 T33 1 CUT T17 T17 T8
2012 T51 T8 T3 T21 CUT T24 T33 T5 1
2011 T45 T11 CUT CUT T44 T7 T17 T33 T42
2010 CUT CUT CUT T19
2009 T22 T20 CUT CUT T13 T33 T29 T20
2008 CUT T36 T9 CUT T70 T33 T27 T15
2007 T5 T12 T10 T12 T5 T2
2006 CUT T41
2005 CUT
2004 T58 T22 CUT CUT T33
2003 T39 T39 CUT T5 CUT T17 T33 T28
2002 T23 T22 5 T46
2001 T30
1999 CUT
1998 T4
FedExCup Playoffs
FedEx St. Jude Championship Dell Technologies Championship BMW Championship TOUR Championship
2023 T20 T22
2022 CUT
2020 T25
2019 T10 T52 T26
2018 CUT 2 2 (P) T4
2017 T10 T10 T2 T10
2016 T31 T57 T24
2015 T16 CUT T13 T2
2014 T30 35 T4
2013 T2 T16 T33 6
2012 T46 CUT T16 2
2011 T6 T68 1 T20
2010 T15 CUT T21 T15
2009 T41 T54
2007 T14 CUT T5 T11

Personal


  • Moved to England from South Africa at age 5, when he started to play seriously at Hartley Wintney Golf Club near his Hampshire home. First swung a club in back garden at 11 months when dad, Ken, handed him a plastic club. Broke 70 for the first time at age 11. Handicap of plus-1 at age 14.
  • Father, Ken, passed away in September 2002.
  • Became golf's first Olympic champion since 1904 when he won the gold medal at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Also made history when he recorded the first hole-in-one in Olympic Golf.
  • Together with wife, Kate, runs the Kate & Justin Rose Foundation, benefitting the youth of Orlando (kjrosefoundation.org).