Justin Rose reaps the reward for a good last round in the Quicken Loans Championship, winning in a two man play-off. Justin Rose / Getty Images Justin is a U.S. Open champion, who has developed a habit of winning on renowned tracks: Muirfield Village, Aronimink, Cog Hill, Doral, Merion and now Congressional. He won here in a playoff after finishing the tournament -4 under par, tied with Shawn Stefani. Referring to the toughness of the Congressional course, only 6 of the 75 players broke par in the final round, Justin commenting; “It’s definitely a test, I think Congressional got its reputation back after the U.S. Open, for sure. I was excited to play this golf course this week. I really enjoy this type of golf and this kind of test. And it tested all of us, I think it tested all of us for 4 under to win." "I'm obviously very, very excited to be a double-winner. It's the first double-winner I am of any tournament, and to be the double-winner of this one, it means a lot." Shawn Stefani pulled his tee shot left, over the tree's at the first play-off hole. He got relief and was able to get his ball back on the right side of the tree's, but then strangely proceeded to hook the ball into the water. Charley Hoffman and Ben Martin tied for third place, both one shot back at -3 under par. This was the first time an Open qualifier has been played on the PGA Tour, the leading four players not already exempt from the top 12 at Congressional get to go to Royal Liverpool next month. Shawn Stefani earned one spot as the runner-up. Charley Hoffman and Ben Martin each birdied two of the last three holes to tie for third. Brendan Steele got the last spot with his last round 71, that put him in a three-way tie for third with Andres Romero and Brendon Todd. Andres missed out due to his lower world ranking.