Justin Rose: Pictures through the years

Justin Rose at the 1998 Open at Royal Birkdale
Hampshire's Justin Rose, a 17-year-old amateur, finishes tied fourth in the 1998 Open at Royal Birkdale after holing a 45-yard pitch at the 18th. The following day he announces he is turning professional
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After 21 successive missed cuts, Rose makes the weekend for the first time as a professional at the Compaq European Grand Prix at Slaley Hall in June 1999
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In January 2002, Rose wins his first tournament, the European Tour's Dunhill Championship in Johannesburg, and follows that up with victory at the Nashua Masters in South Africa and at the British Masters, beating Ian Poulter by one shot
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The then 22-year-old finishes fifth behind winner Jim Furyk on his US Open debut at Olympia Fields in June 2003
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At the Masters in 2007, Rose stands one behind eventual winner Zach Johnson on the 17th tee in the final round but a double bogey after an errant drive and unlucky bounce dropped him to a tie for fifth
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The following month, Rose loses to Anders Hansen in a play-off for the PGA Championship at Wentworth but moves into the world's top 20 for the first time
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The South African-born Rose secures the Volvo Masters in a play-off in November 2007 to finish top of the European Tour Order of Merit
Justin Rose (left) with Ian Poulter
In September 2008, he wins three points out of five on his Ryder Cup debut but Europe go on to lose at Valhalla
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In 2010, he wins twice on the PGA Tour - including the prestigious Memorial Tournament - but is overlooked for a Ryder Cup wildcard by captain Colin Montgomerie
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In August 2010, he records best finish in a major to date by finishing third in US PGA Championship, albeit nine shots behind winner Rory McIlroy
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A month later, Rose secures a vital singles win over Phil Mickelson as Europe come back from 10-6 down to win the Ryder Cup in the 'Miracle at Medinah'
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In June 2013, the 32-year-old claims his maiden major title to become the first Englishman for 43 years to win the US Open
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The world number five, who beat now six-time runner-up Phil Mickelson and Jason Day by two shots, is also the first Englishman to win a major since Nick Faldo in 1996