World No 1 Justin Rose is three years into a five-year plan to be the complete golfer…now for the majors
- Justin Rose continued strong run with victory at the Farmers Insurance Open
- The 38-year-old Englishman has six wins to his name in his last 31 starts
- Rose has added prowess with the putter to his impressive ball striking
After reaching the age of 35 in the summer of 2015, Justin Rose sat down with his inner circle and devised a five-year plan.
Content with all he had achieved, including a US Open win in 2013, victories all over the world and huge contributions to several Ryder Cup triumphs, he also felt it possible to achieve so much more during what remained of his golfing prime.
With a happy, stable home life and all the money he could ever need, he dedicated the rest of his years as a 30-something to seeing how good he could really become. Three years into his five-year plan and the game is united in its verdict: very good indeed.
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