A marshal accidentally and hit Justin Rose with a sign during last weeks BMW Championship…and the Englishman didn’t even bat an eyelid.
Rose went on a brilliant charge on Sunday, firing a superb eight under 64 in the final round to finish T2 and have chance of winning the lucrative FedEx Cup outright this week.
But during the round, an overzealous marshal made ironic use of his ‘quiet please’ board. After Rose’s drive, which appeared to hook a touch, the marshal tried to indicate the ball’s direction to his fellows further down the track.
In doing so, the sign slipped out his hand and pipped Rose on the head. Not that he seemed to notice…
When marshals attack. pic.twitter.com/bv7pLHz8XI
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