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  • Jon RAHM 41208

    Meet Jon

    ESP
    Barrika, Spain Place of Birth
    6′ 2″ (190cm) Height
    Football, Athletic Bilbao, sports Interests

    Born in the small coastal town of Barrika in Spain, he played college golf at Arizona State and became World Amateur Number One in 2015.

    Finished low amateur at the 2016 U.S. Open before turning professional.

    Enjoyed a stellar first season on the European Tour in 2017 - in which he was named Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year - becoming the first player to win multiple Rolex Series events with victories at the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open hosted by the Rory Foundation and the season-ending DP World Tour Championship, Dubai. He added a second Dubai Duty Free Irish Open title to his repertoire at Lahinch Golf Club in 2019 to become the first three-time Rolex Series winner.

    Made his Ryder Cup debut in 2018 and beat Tiger Woods in the Sunday Singles as Thomas Bjørn's side stormed to an historic victory.

    Earlier that year, he won on home soil for the first time as a professional, emerging victorious at the Open de España. Defended his Open de España title in 2019, winning his fifth European Tour title in just his 39th appearance - ten fewer than Seve Ballesteros.

    Won the 2019 Race to Dubai after his victory at the season-ending DP World Tour Championship.

    He sent records tumbling at the 2020 WGC- Mexico Championship, carding a ten under par round of 61, which included a hole-in-one on the par-3 17th at Chapultepec Golf Club, to record the lowest round of his career and the joint lowest round in the history of the World Golf Championships.

    Those wins came in a year when he sprung to global prominence and rose to become a staple in the world's top ten, winning on the PGA TOUR at the BMW Championship.

    Won his first Major Championship in 2021, becoming the first player from Spain to win the U.S. Open. Rahm started the final day three strokes back, and birdies on the 17th and 18th holes at Torrey Pines gave him a one-stroke victory over Louis Oosthuizen.

    The Spaniard finished no lower than T8 in the four Majors in 2021, winning the U.S. Open, T3 at The Open, T5 at the Masters and T8 at the US PGA Championship.

    Cites Sergio Garcia as a hero and influence.

Race to Dubai

2

Current Rank

7

Tournaments Played

3367.01

Race to Dubai Points

Career Record

52

Tournaments Played

7

European Tour Wins

€17,186,337.61

Career Money Won

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