Justin Rose believes victory at the Open would be cherry on the cake for his career in 20th year as a pro
- Justin Rose is in scintillating form and has reached world No 3 in rankings
- Englishman is confident he can be multiple major winner before he retires
- But 37-year-old has shocking Open record with just one top ten finish in 15
- He will play in Scottish Open from Thursday, regarded as brilliant preparation
By DEREK LAWRENSON FOR THE DAILY MAIL
PUBLISHED: 17:57 EDT, 11 July 2018|UPDATED: 18:47 EDT, 11 July 2018
Justin Rose will complete 20 years as a pro at the Open next week and would dearly love to celebrate by sipping from the Claret Jug.
The Englishman reflected on a glorious career to this point that includes victory in the 2013 US Open and an Olympic gold medal in 2016, but acknowledged that he has always had a mysterious love-hate relationship with the biggest event in the game.
‘It’s amazing to me to think I’ve been a pro longer than I haven’t,’ said the 37-year-old.
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