Jon Rahm finished in a valiant fourteenth place in the John Deere Classic, PGA Tour tournament held on TPC Deere Run course in Silvis, Illinois.
The Spanish golfer shot below a 70 in all four rounds (69-66-69-67) and ended up with an accumulated total of 13 under par, just one shot from the top ten and two from fifth place. Once again, the golfer from Barrika battled it out for the top positions throughout the entire week.
With this top 15, the fourth this season so far (Jon started out from the OHL Classic on, around November last year), he has already surpassed the million dollar milestone. On top of that, he did it in record time, as a professional he’s only been playing for less than two months and six tournaments total.
Another outstanding performance for Rahm who will compete in the last tournament of the regular PGA Tour season this week, the Wyndham Championship. If he takes home the win he will make it into the FedEX Cup playoffs. If not, vacation time, to enjoy what he’s accomplished after one fantastic year and to start preparing for next season with the PGA Tour card in hand.