Justin Rose: The Magnificent Seven

We look back at all of Justin Rose's PGA Tour triumphs

Justin Rose 2010 Memorial tournament
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Justin Rose produced a storming finish at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans to secure his seventh PGA Tour title last weekend. Here we look back at all his triumphs to date

Justin Rose 2010 Memorial tournament

Justin Rose’s first victory came at the 2010 Memorial tournament at Muirfield Village where he held off the challenge of Ricky Fowler with a final round 66 to win by three shots. Tournament host Jack Nicklaus was impressed, telling Rose at the presentation: “Your swing couldn't have been any better.”

Justin Rose 2010 AT&T National

Rose followed this maiden win with victory at the AT&T National at Aronimink Golf Club four weeks later. This rare picture shows him in the bunker on the second in a final round which saw him hit 16 greens in regulation.

Justin Rose 2011 BMW Championship

Rose celebrates with his son Leo after winning the BMW Championship at Cog Hill Golf & Country Club in September 2011. He held a four-shot lead going in to the final day and had to endure some nervous moments before edging out John Senden by two strokes.


Rose’s fourth title came at the 2012 World Golf Championship's Cadillac Championship at Doral in Florida. He trailed leader Bubba Watson overnight but produced a final round two-under 70 to win by one shot.


Rose’s greatest triumph came at the 2013 US Open where he became the first Englishman for 43 years to take the title. He held off the challenge of Phil Mickelson and Jason Day to also become the first Englishman since Nick Faldo in 1996 to win a Major title.

Quickens loans 2014 justin Rose

He needed a play-off to clinch his sixth title at the Quicken Loans National at Congressional. He defeated unheralded American Shawn Stefani at the first extra hole. His walk down the 18th was made a little easier after his opponent found the water.


Rose’s latest triumph came after he birdied the final two holes at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans at the weekend. The 34-year-old carded a 66 to win by one shot from American Cameron Tringale.

Thomas Patrick Clarke
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Tom Clarke joined Golf Monthly as a sub editor in 2009 being promoted to content editor in 2012 and then senior content editor in 2014, before becoming Sports Digital Editor for the Sport Vertical within Future in 2022. Tom currently looks after all the digital products that Golf Monthly produce including Strategy and Content Planning for the website and social media - Tom also assists the Cycling, Football, Rugby and Marine titles at Future. Tom plays off 16 and lists Augusta National (name drop), Old Head and Le Touessrok as the favourite courses he has played. Tom is an avid viewer of all golf content with a particularly in depth knowledge of the pro tour.