2010 British Open: Justin Rose vs Padraig Harrington Betting Odds: Justin Rose claims it will be a British or Irish golfer holding the Claret Jug on Sunday at St. Andrews instead of an American. Could he be one of the people he is referring to? With two PGA tour victories in his last three starts, he very well may be. The world’s top 20 players include 6 Americans, and eight British and Irish players that Rose claim could cause some trouble for the US players.
"We've always had one or two great, great players and we nowhave a great depth to the team," said Rose after his practice round on Wednesday. St. Andrews has been affected by wind and rain this week, but that didn’t stop the British player from practicing and preparing for the150th British Open.
"I practiced last week with a westerly wind and, obviously, it's blowing out of the east right now, so I was quite excited to feel like I've played both sets of winds that impact the golf course," Rose said.
At 17 years of age, the Englishman experienced his best finish at the British Open where he tied for fourth at Royal Birkdale. Since then his best finish was in 2007 at Carnoustie when he tied for 12th.
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