I want to be part of golf history.
My goal is to be the best at what I do.
It would be nice to win the Big Four.
The pressure works from a great mental strength.
I set the difference. Ambition and determination to achieve it.
Jon Rahm was so close to the sweet taste of victory at the Club de Golf Chapultepec, WGC Mexico Championship headquarters, one of the most grandiose, most memorable feats in a big golf tournament.
There aren’t many weeks in the year where Jon Rahm is motivated by so many incentives than in the WGC Mexico Championship. The golfer from Barrika has a really big, two-fold opportunity: he could be the first Spaniard to win a World Championship and, in doing so, if he pulls it off, he could move up to Number One in the world for the first time in his career.
Jon Rahm continues to be on the rise in 2020. He’s consistently getting good scores wherever he plays. His most recent past three performances were second place in the Farmers Insurance Open, ninth in the Waste Management Phoenix Open and twelfth in the Genesis...