“Comeback Kid” Justin Rose Bounces Back From Horrific Start

Justin Rose Arnold Palmer Invitational

After six holes of play on Thursday morning, Justin Rose was tied with Ted Potter Jr for last place at 4-over par. But starting on his seventh hole (No. 16), Rose came alive and reeled off seven birdies in a 10-hole stretch to get near the top of the leaderboard.

The 37-year old Englishman finished his final two holes par-par to sign for a 3-under par 69, and clubhouse position of T8.

Afterwards, Rose tweeted his scorecard with caption: “Comeback kid today…”

Potter Jr, by the way, finished with a pair of birdies, but it wasn’t enough to offset three more bogeys and a triple. The Pebble Beach winner carded 8-over par 80 to sit dead last.

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