Englishman excited for future.
After scrambling his way through the first three rounds of the US Open, Justin Rose's short game couldn't save him again on Sunday.
Overnight leader Gary Woodland managed to hold onto his lead at the US Open on Saturday, but there are some big names lurking right behind.
Justin Rose has his short game to thank for his position at the US Open, but his ball-striking is starting to come to the party too.
Gary Woodland has never won a major but has an excellent chance of changing that after his record-equalling 65 at Pebble Beach on Friday.
Justin Rose equalled the lowest US Open round ever shot at Pebble Beach, a six-under 65, to take a one-shot lead after the opening round.
Justin Rose is the defending champion at this week's Charles Schwab Challenge, but he knows that doesn't necessarily give him an advantage.
Justin Rose plans to learn from his mistakes after admitting he made some bad decisions in the lead up to the Masters earlier this year.