Jon Rahm

    Jon Rahm

    Height: 6 ft 2 in

    Weight: 220 lb

    Birthday: 10 November 1994

    College: Arizona State University (Communications, 2016)

    Year Turned Pro: 2016

    Birthplace: Barrika, Spain

    Country: Spain

    Sponsor: TaylorMade Golf Company

    Our list of the top five FedEx Cup finishers for 2017, we arrive at Jon Rahm. At just 22 years old, Rahm has already lined up an incredible golf resume. He has made the cut at all four major championships, he twice won the Ben Hogan Award – given to the best college player – and he has a win on both the PGA Tour and the European Tour. After a record-setting career at Arizona State, Rahm seems a sure bet to keep his name near the top of the money list for many years to come.

    When you become the first player to win the Ben Hogan Award twice, you don’t have the luxury of sneaking onto the Tour and getting your career started in anonymity. Rahm was well-known before he ever decided to turn pro, meaning there was plenty of attention on him right from the very first shot. To say the least, that attention has not seemed to cause him the slightest bit of a problem. Rahm has hit the ground running as a professional, finishing in fifth place in the FedEx Cup race in his first full season. With some experience now under his belt, the sky is the limit moving forward for this powerful player.

    The most notable accomplishment of his career to date came when Rahm took home the title at the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines. This is a tournament which attracts an excellent field each year, and Rahm was able to rise to the top thanks to a dramatic final round 65. In the end, he won by three strokes and had firmly established his position on the PGA Tour. That win provided him with entry into a variety of high-level events, and his season gained momentum from there. Another win was added in July of 2017 when he ran away with the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open. This was a six stroke victory thanks to a 24-under-par total.

    To this point, Rahm has been solid in his few major appearances, if not spectacular. He has played in a total of six majors, including five as a pro, and has made five cuts. His best finish actually came in his one appearance as an amateur, finishing in a tie for 23rd at the 2016 U.S. Open. During the 2017 season, his best major finish was a tie for 27th at the Masters, which was also his first appearance at Augusta National. He may not have made waves at the majors just yet, but it is only a matter of time until this talented player is near the top of the board on a major Sunday afternoon.

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