Justin Rose still loves the Masters despite loss in playoff last year | Ewan Murray

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Englishman believes experience of defeat to Sergio García makes it more likely he will win sometime at Augusta

Perspective can be delivered by curious sources. It took Justin Rose, still reeling from last year’s painful Masters play‑off defeat to Sergio García, to overhear a conversation his young son Leo had at football training before an element of closure ensued.

“What he said did help me come to terms with it a little bit,” Rose says. “He said to one of his friends at football that Sergio won it fair and square. So it was bit of a case of I shouldn’t be beating myself up about it because he can see I didn’t do anything wrong.

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