Justin Rose took the title at the 2015 Zurich Classic, with a narrow 1 shot victory over American Cameron Tringale. Ryder cup star Rose scored a final round 66 which gave him the record lowest total score for the event at 22-under-par.
Rose holed some great putts on Sunday and especially on the final two holes to take the title. Tringlae came close to birdie at 17 but the missed opportunity meant he needed to make eagle at the last to force a playoff. He could only manage a birdie, which gave Rose his first win since 2014.
With his latest win Rose has now won at least one title per year over the past 6 years, this is a great achievement which shows his determination. Many people know that he missed 22 cuts in his first 22 events, but his hard work has paid off and he is an inspiration for many aspiring players.
Rose has been in great form recently, and his second place at the Masters earlier this month will surely provide encouragement for the rest of the 2015 Majors.
Tringlae was putting up a good fight on Sunday, but he couldn't make it over the finish line to pick up his second PGA Tour title.
The leaderboard was ever changing all Sunday, and a playoff looked on the cards but rose managed to break through to take the title.
Bad weather had been causing disruptions all week in Louisiana, but aggressive play by Rose on Sunday to take the title means he moves up to 7th in the world, 2 places higher than the start of the week.