JUSTIN Rose will be looking for more glory at a venue, where he enjoyed his best ever finish in the Open Championships, when it gets underway today at Royal Birkdale.

The former Robert May’s School pupil produced one of ironic moment in the history of golf in 1998, when as a 17-year-old amateur and chipped in a 45-yard birdie on the last hole to finish tied fourth.

That moment has now been immortalised in a 25-second film in which a Lego version of the Olympic champion recreates his 45-yard pitch, which was his last shot as an amateur and secured his best result in the Open to date.

“It surprises me after all these years that is still the best finish,” admitted Rose, who won the US Open in 2013 and lost a play-off to Sergio Garcia in the Masters in April.

“I have unfinished business for sure. I don’t want to say that if I don’t win this it’s going to be a huge sort of hole in my career, but it’s the one tournament that I’ve dreamed about since I was a young boy."

Rose starts his assault at 9.58am today, playing alongside South African Louis Oosthuizen and America Justin Thomas. The trio' tee off tomorrow at 14.59pm.