Jon Rahm, How It Began For The 2023 Masters Tournament Champion.

     Born Jon Rahm Rodriguez, is a Professional Golfer from Spain. Rahm started his journey around 2011, playing with the European Boys' Team, and round 2014 playing with the European Amateur Team. He attended Arizona State University, There he was coached by Tim Mickelson (The brother of Professional Golfer Phil Mickelson). While attending Arizona State he won 11 golf tournaments. Jon Rahm was the 2015 and 2016 recipient of the Ben Hogan Award. In 2015 Rahm was also the 28th Player to beg ranked No. 1 in the World Amateur Ranking. He was awarded the Mark H. McCormack Medal in 2015, which qualified him him for the following year's U.S. Open and Open Championship. His senior year at Arizona State He won the PAC-12 conference. In the 2016 U.S. Open he finished in tie for 23rd place, finishing with a 7 over par. In 2017 Rahm earned enough point as a non-member to receive a PGA Tour card. Rahm came in 27th place at his first masters tournament. Jon Rahm has had a very extensive career in Professional Golf, winning a massive amount of tour championships. He played among the greats, was trained by the greats, and out played the greats. He was able to show his expertise of the game, by winning The 2023 Masters on April 9th. Let's welcome the new top name in Professional Golf, Mr. Jon Rahm.


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