The Englishman currently works with renowned coach Sean Foley and has done for the past nine years.

Who Is Justin Rose’s Coach?

Justin Rose is one of the game’s best ball strikers and has one of the best functioning and aesthetically pleasing swings. He will once again play in the Ryder Cup after qualifying in one of the eight automatic spots for the 2018 event. A consistent performer week in week out, Rose has climbed up the world rankings all the way to number one. He has recently just secured the FedEx Cup with its huge pay-check too. But who coaches the Englishman? Meet Sean Foley below.

Who Is Justin Rose’s Coach?

Rose has been working with Sean Foley for a number of years and they have had plenty of success together.

Foley, from Ontario, Canada, began working with Rose since late 2009 and since then Rose has cemented himself as one of the world’s elite players.

The pair are incredibly analytical when it comes to the golf swing, focusing on biomechanics and trackman numbers.

Their partnership has yielded nine PGA Tour wins and five European Tour titles including the 2013 US Open and the 2016 Olympic Gold.

Foley coaches Rose at Lake Nona in Florida.

As well as Foley, Rose also works with putting guru Phil Kenyon to keep his stroke solid.

Kenyon works with dozens of professionals including Rory McIlroy, Tommy Fleetwood, Francesco Molinari, Ian Poulter and Henrik Stenson.

He and Kenyon have clearly found something with the stroke, grip and putter model to get him holing putts.

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The Englishman currently ranks 14th in SG: Putting on the PGA Tour which is the first time he has been inside the top 96 of that stat since 2012.

Who Does Sean Foley Coach?

Aside from Rose, Shawn Foley coaches, and has coached, numerous other world class professionals.

Foley famously coached Tiger Woods between 2010 and 2014 and was credited with increasing Tiger’s distance off the tee and turning him into a more fade-bias player.

The Canadian currently coaches Rose, Danny Willett, Si Woo Kim and Cameron Champ.

Foley and Willett at the 2018 USPGA Championship. (Photo by Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images)

He can be credited with 2016 Masters champion Danny Willett’s uprise in form after Willett struggled with his swing and injuries following his Green Jacket win.

As well as Woods, Foley has in the past worked with Lee Westwood, Sean O’Hair, Hunter Mahan and Sang-Moon Bae.

Foley also works for the Golf Channel as a host of their ‘Playing Lessons’ programme.

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