Masters: Justin Rose 'not solely focused on the majors'
Justin Rose talks about the Masters and what he's looking forward to in 2013.
Here's what Rose said:
I started my PGA Tour career winning Jack [Nicklaus'] tournament then Tiger [Woods'] tournament then a playoff event at WGC so I guess there's nowhere to go other than the majors now.
I'm not solely focused on the majors entirely just yet, I think I can become a more prolific winner, a better player still. But absolutely, I do feel like my game is now ready to win a major but there's still lots more outside of them for me to achieve in the game.
I think Rose is ready to win a major, too. He's competed well here in the past (eighth in 2012, 11th in 2011, and fifth in 2007) and has his putter going at the right time.
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