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‘I’ve Thought About My Role For Sure’ – Rose Ahead Of Ryder Cup Showdown

Justin Rose Reveals Astonishing Lengths He Went To Chasing Ryder Cup Spot

 Justin Rose will always be known as the teenager who holed out at The Open in 1998 to announce his place on the world stage as an amateur yet, aged 43, Rose has had to come to terms with becoming a veteran after a rich career with Major success, an Olympic gold, World No.1 status and more. 

It is precisely all this experience, as well as his excellent run of results, which has earned Rose a place in Europe’s side as a captain’s pick under Luke Donald for his sixth appearance in the competition. 

Justin Rose and Luke Donald drive in a golf buggy

Rose and Donald during the 2018 Ryder Cup

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“Some players say the Ryder Cup is the greatest week of your life, win or lose,” Rose said. “That’s rubbish. They are actually awful if you lose. I don’t enjoy losing.”


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