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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 150 - US Open Preview
W HEN Justin Rose pitched in for birdie at the final hole of the 1998 Open Championship at Royal Birkdale, a star was, seemingly, born. The baby-faced 18-year-old had finished tied for 4th and British golf had found its successor to Nick Faldo. He turned pro the next day. The Englishman turns 35 next month and has one major victory on his resume – the 2013 US Open Championship. It could easily be more when you consider he’s had eight other top-10s in majors including a third placing behind Rory McIlroy in the 2012 PGA Championship. And, of course, in any other year when you reach 14-under at Augusta National, you’re going to take home a green jacket. Rose reached that mark back in April but was four shots shy of the winning score, set by Jordan Spieth. Rose heads to Chambers Bay this week primed for a good performance. His runner-up finish at the Masters was followed by a win in New Orleans and two weeks ago Swede David Lingmerth defeated him in a playoff at The Memorial. Here are six reasons why you should consider dumping a wad of cash on Rose to win this year’s US Open: reasons why we think ROSE CAN RISE 6 WORDS BY BRENDAN JAMES CLICK ON ICONS TO REVEAL MORE INFORMATION
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