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 has started to figure out the Majors. In the past five he’s played in, he’s finished among the top 15 on four occasions, and has only missed the cut once. Not a bad stretch.
Jon Rahm will compete in the first Major of the season, starting this Thursday. There’s no better way to celebrate his 100th tournament as a professional than playing in an event of this caliber.
Jon Rahm’s first official tournament defending the Number One title, and things didn’t go quite as the golfer from Barrika had hoped. It got complicated right from the start in the WGC FedEx St. Jude Invitational.