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#6 in our series "My Best Shot" by Justin Rose.

#6 in our series “My Best Shot Ever” by Justin Rose.

#6 in our series “My Best Shot Ever” by Justin Rose.

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This is #6 in our series of “My Best Shot” brought to you by Golfing World

We have already seen Suzann Pettersen, Charl Schwartzel, Lexi Thompson, Jack Nicklaus, and Oliver Wilson.

U.S. Open champion Justin Rose  talks us through his best shots ever. He was between the iconic chip-in on the 18th green in the final round  of the 1969 Open Championship for a 69 at Royal Birdale, to finish in 4th place. Which you would have thought would be the catalyst to springboard a great professional career.  But alas he did not make 21 consrcutive cuts at the start of his career. And it was quite a while befor his next iconic shot!

But it was in the 2013 US Open where he hit a tremendous 4 iron into the 18th to seal victory in the tournamant!  Channeling the famous Ben Hogan 1 iron to win the 1950 US Open, he pulled off a mirror image of that shot.  Landing in the middle of the green for an easy 2 putt!  This is his choice of “Best Shot Ever.”


Source: Golfing World

Pictures: Secret in the Dirt

Thanks for watching – #6 in our series “My Best Shot Ever” by Justin Rose.

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