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 (-10) was knee-deep in the fight for the win once again in The Masters Tournament. The golfer from Barrika had another stellar performance this year in the Green Jacket Major. He shot a 69, 66, 72 and 71, and finished in seventh place, for his third...
It’s true that the most important stretch is yet to come, where every shot counts, those make or break moments, but that didn’t stop Rahm from making the best shot of the week before the start of such an unusual Masters in November. We can assure you that there will not be any other shot as spectacular in the following four days of the tournament.
Jon Rahm finished the ZOZO Championship in second place, PGA Tour tournament held on the Sherwood Country Club course in California. The tournament’s debut in the PGA Tour was in 2019, headquarters in Japan, but this second edition was moved to the US due to the coronavirus pandemic, which is affecting the entire planet.