England’s Justin Rose equals Nick Faldo’s record after winning ninth PGA Tour title at the Fort Worth Invitational
- Rose claimed his ninth PGA Tour title with a three-shot win in Texas on Sunday
- He carded a six-under-par closing round of 64 to progress with a 20 under total
- The world No 5 finished three shots clear of nearest challenger Brooks Koepka
Justin Rose used a blistering start to cruise to his second win of the PGA Tour season with a three-shot victory at the Fort Worth Invitational in Texas on Sunday.
The Englishman, who began the day with a four-stroke lead, fired six front-nine birdies en route to a six-under-par 64 at Colonial Country Club that left him one shot off the tournament record score of 21-under 259 set by Zach Johnson in 2010.
With the victory, Rose tied Nick Faldo for the most PGA Tour wins by an Englishman post-World War Two, with nine.
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