Rose targets a winning finale
Justin Rose has his sights set on trying to end a fine season in style by claiming a third victory of 2017 at the Indonesian Masters.
Former US Open champion Rose has already tasted success at the WGC-HSBC Champions and the Turkish Airlines Open, having hit a rich vein of form in the closing months of the campaign.
He also came close to overhauling Tommy Fleetwood for the Race to Dubai title, only to fall short at the final hurdle.
Now the Englishman is keen to continue the good work at the Royale Jakarta Golf Club, where he faces a strong challenge from the likes of Kiradech Aphibarnrat and in-form South African Dylan Frittelli.
Rose told the Asian Tour website: "It has been a great year, I have two great wins and a good year does need victories.
"To have those two wins makes it a really good year. My goal is to win three times this year by winning (again) this week. The last time I won three times in a year was back in 2002."
Rose's successes 15 years ago came at the International Invitational Golf Chunichi Crowns in Japan, the Dunhill Championship and the British Masters.
He can be backed at 1/1000 to win the Indonesian Masters this weekend, with Aphibarnrat available at 1000/1 and Frittelli 4000/1.
Frittelli also has two victories to his name in 2017 - at the Lyoness Open and the Mauritius Open - while he also lost in a play-off at the China Open.
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