• Justin Rose shot to fame at the 1998 Open Championship, holing his chip shot at 18 to finish fourth. He turned pro aged 17 the next day.
  • Justin found life as a pro difficult and missed the cut in his first 21 consecutive events.
  • After winning his first professional event at the Dunhill Championship in 2002, pictured here he enjoys a second European Tour title at the British Masters
  • Despite having a tough time on the PGA Tour in 2004, he kept his tour card after earning in excess of a million dollars.
  • A third place at the Buick Championship was his best result in 2005, despite giving up the European Tour to focus on the PGA.
  • So near yet so far at the Canadian Open in 2006 as Rose leads going into the final round but cards a 74 over the last 18 holes.
  • Rose finds true form from late 2006 through to the end of 2007. In 2009 he switches to a new coach - Sean Foley.
  • His first ever win in the US comes in the 2010 Memorial Tournament where he hit a final round of 66 to beat Rickie Fowler by three strokes.
  • The Englishman is vital to Europe's Ryder Cup success in 2012 at Medinah.
  • Consistency throughout the 2013 US Open puts him in contention on the last day at the Merion Club in Pennsylvania.
  • Rose draws strength from above, thinking of his late father, and the 32-year-old cards a final round 70 to win by two.
  • He becomes the first Englishman to take the title in 43 years.

Justin Rose career

Justin Rose shot to fame at the 1998 Open Championship, holing his chip shot at 18 to finish fourth. He turned pro aged 17 the next day.