Justin Rose finished with three birdies in a row yesterday to finish six under par, equalling the record for the lowest ever U.S Open round shot at Pebble Beach. Rose, who won the U.S Open back in 2013, will be looking to claim his second major of his decorated career.
Justin Rose left TaylorMade last year in what was one of the biggest equipment shocks of the century, signing a deal with Japanese giants, HONMA Golf.
Many believed that Rose had made a mistake, unaware of the high quality clubs that HONMA produce, but Rose proved the doubters wrong when he won the Farmers Insurance Open in January.
Rose currently leads the 2019 U.S Open at Pebble Beach after a phenomenal round, with four players just one shot behind, including rRickie Fowler and Louis Oosthuizen. Let's take a look at the clubs Rose is using this week...
U.S Open 2019 - What's in Rose's bag?
- HONMA TW747 460 Driver | 9.5˚
- TaylorMade M6 Fairway Wood | 15˚ (3 wood)
- HONMA TW TX-X 2 iron
- HONMA TW747 Rose Proto irons | 4 - PW
- HONMA TW Rose Proto Wedges | 52˚ & 56˚
- Titleist Vokey Wedge Works | 60˚
- Axis 1 Rose Proto Putter
- TaylorMade TP5 ball