Former world No.1 Justin Rose has taken advantage of favourable conditions to win at Pebble Beach on California’s coast, his first success in four years.
Rose rolls back the years as weather gods smile on him
Justin Rose has ended four years without a victory and booked a place in the Masters with a Monday-morning success at Pebble Beach.
The Englishman made three quick birdies to secure a three-shot winning margin in the wind-delayed tournament, finishing ahead of a posse of Americans led by Brendon Todd and Brandon Wu.
“An incredible week from start to finish with so much happening in my favour,” Rose said. It’s amazing how time does fly.
“This is just a moment to say thanks to the people who believe in me more than I do. This one is for you guys. I wish you were at Pebble with me.”