JUSTIN Rose starts his quest for his second US Open title today at Erin Hills, Wisconsin looking to add to the success he achieved at Merion in 2013.

Since winning the crown the former Robert May’s School pupil has made the top 30 twice and also missed the cut at this event.

The Englishman came so close early this year in collecting his second major title, when he led the US Masters by two shots with five to play, only to lose in a play-off to Sergio Garcia.

He is looked upon as a big game player winning the Olympic title last year and since becoming the first English winner of the US Open for 43 years.

Rose has recorded five top-10 finishes in major championships, three of them coming in a 2015.

In that year he hit a14-under par in the Masters and US PGA and won neither, as well as shooting 11 under in the Open at St Andrews.

Rose will tee off at the first hole in the US Open tomorrow at 8.09pm BST with 2011 US Open winner Rory McIIroy, who returns after a month out due to injury.

They will be joined by Australian Jason Day, who has finished in the top 10 five of the last six years at this event. His best finish being runner-up to McIIroy in 2011.

The trio's second round starts on hole 10 on Friday at 2.24pm BST.