Justin Rose has recorded just two wins in the last four years, which somewhat overshadows his incredible putting prowess with an Axis1 Rose putter during the same four-plus-year period.
During the Ryder Cup, Rose led the biennial matches in Strokes Gained: Putting (plus-4.95) while recording one big putt after another for three days. The week was a continuation of an incredible run with the putter that dates back to his switch to an Axis1 Rose model in 2019.
Since 2019, Rose has led the major championships with a combined 54.65 strokes gained on the field with the putter. He ranked 1st in SG:P at this year’s Masters and led the Tour in makes from 20-25 feet during the 2023 season.
Rose’s overall body of work led some to question if he deserved a spot on the European Ryder Cup team before the week commenced. Those questions were put to rest with the help of a trusty putter that, once again, did all the talking.