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 his eyes on the prize for the Open de Francia, European Tour tournament that will be held next week on the Le Golf National course, the same course that will host the Ryder Cup.
Jon Rahm did not have the dream week he had imagined in the US Open. The golfer from Barrika missed his first cut in a major after shooting a 76 and a 73 at Erin Hills in Wisconsin, course which made its debut in the US Open.
During a time in which every week there’s a new tournament, a new course and a different situation, Jon Rahm can say this time that he’ll go into it with the upper hand, and although it won’t be easy by any means, he knows the terrain quite well.