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Justin Rose: England's first major champion since Nick Faldo
The newest member of the majors club after a brilliant victory in the 2013 US Open at Merion in Pennsylvania.
* Became England's first major winner since 1996 when capturing the US Open at Medinah by a shot. Also first English player to win US Open since 1970.
* Burst onto scene when tied fourth as 17-year-old amateur on Open Championship debut at Royal Birkdale.
* Turned pro after top four at Royal Birkdale and missed first 21 cuts.
* 5 PGA Tour wins: 2010 Memorial, AT&T National, 2011 BMW Championship, 2012 WGC-Cadillac Championship; 2013 US Open.
* Played starring role in 2012 Ryder Cup when holing birdie putts at 17 (35ft) and 18 (12ft) to beat Phil Mickelson and help Europe pull off dramatic win.
* Missed cut in 2003 USPGA at Oak Hill after rounds of 77-78.
|2013||Nedbank Golf Challenge||T7||73+67+69+67||276||276|
|2013||DP World Tour Championship, Dubai||T10||70+67+68+70||275||-13|
|2013||WGC - HSBC Champions||5||68+71+65+68||272||-16|
|2013||The Tour Championship||6||68+68+70+67||273||-7|
|The Open Championship||-||-||T44||-||T13||T70||T14|
|US PGA Championship||T33||T3||-||T100||-||T9||T13|
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