Great Britain’s Justin Rose became the first Olympic golf champion after 112 years by winning in men’s individual strokeplay title at Rio Olympic Games. He has won the gold in the men’s golf event after the first won awarded in 194 St. Louis. Justin Rose has hit the pitch shot to 3 feet for birdie on the 18th hole for a 4 under 67 and also a 2 shoot winning over the Henrik Stenson, the British Open champion.
Rose Made History at Rio Games
Justin Rose has created a history as the first player to record a hole-in-one at the Olympic Sports as said in the men’s tournament first round at the Olympic Golf Course. He is one under par when he came to par 3/4th and has hit tee shot which had flew 191 yards for landing in the hole. As the final ball fell in to the hole, Rose thrust his fist in to the air before embracing the Stenson. Henrik Stenson has already made it with one big duel at Royal Troon this summer to win the British Open. Along with the back nine, the 40 years swede’s back has started to act up and then stenson had a physiotherapist work on it in 14th hole. They have been tied playing the 18th and packed in to the grandstands.