Well Played
July 10, 2017

Justin Rose recreates legendary shot that made him a teenage sensation at the 1998 British Open

The golf world fell in love with a 17-year-old Justin Rose at the 1998 British Open. Then an amateur, Rose put forth a tremendous T-4 performance at Royal Birkdale, which was capped by a incredible hole-out on the 72nd hole that produced what many claim was the loudest roar ever heard on a golf course.

In case you need a reminder of the legendary shot, here it is:

Nineteen years after that magical moment, Rose was back at Royal Birkdale on Monday to practice for next week's Open. And he couldn't resist recreating -- at least, trying to recreate -- that amazing shot:

Despite that T-4 still remaining as Rose's best finish at the Open, the runner-up at the Masters in April is one of the betting favorites this year at 15-to-1 odds. The odds of him drawing a cheer as loud as that one from nearly two decades ago, though, are much longer.

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