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Comment from: Ruari McCallion [Visitor] Email
Why remark that Rose wasn't in the President's Cup International Team? Were you unaware that Europeans are specifically excluded from the President's Cup?
You didn't mention Rose's medical problems. He missed several key events during the year because of issues with his back. He won the European Order of Merit with only 12 starts so the records indicate that he performed pretty well in every even he played - quite exceptional consistency.
After a disastrous start to his Pro career, which probably began way too early, at 17, Justin rose has been getting better and better. He's worked at his weight, his technique and his work ethic. He came close at The Masters and he seems to have the game to play anywhere - links, US parkland, European courses (he lost a playoff for the BMW PGA at Wentworth) and Australia, where he won the MasterCard. He's had a very successful season, despite his back problems, and throughly deserves the Vardon Trophy.
If he didn't, he wouldn't have won it.
2007-11-11 @ 19:07

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