The World No. 5 shares the swing secrets that have turned him into one of the world’s sweetest ball-strikers.
The world number five is one of the game’s finest ball strikers. So, when he shows you how to flush every shot, you should take note.
Known as one of the Tour’s ‘flushers’ Justin Rose has been an elite ball-striker for more than a decade. Working with coaches Sean Foley and Justin Buckthorp to improve his swing technique and physical conditioning, he has been able to keep up with the new generation of power hitters that play the game in a different way to Rose, who came up through the ranks in the 1990s – before the days of high-launch, low-spin drivers.
Rose hasn’t been outside the top 15 on the PGA Tour in ‘strokes gained – tee-to-green’ the last eight seasons and he’s picked up over 1.25 shots per round on the field in his long game every year since 2012. He’s also increased his driving distance by 10 yards over that same time.
Over the next eight pages, Rose and Foley will show you how to improve your ball-striking so you can hit the ball longer, straighter and more consistently.