Jon Rahm's request that left Pga speechless

"I can say right now that my priorities are way below what a lot of people might think. I know this is going to sound really stupid, but having a damn portable toilet on every hole"

by Andrea Gussoni
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Jon Rahm's request that left Pga speechless

The Spanish golfer Jon Rahm, number 3 in the world and winner of the Masters this year, his second 'major', stated this Tuesday, on the eve of the St. Jude Championship tournament, that he only asks the PGA Tour for one thing: a portable toilet in each hole.

Jon Rahm, statements

"I can say right now that my priorities are way below what a lot of people might think. I know this is going to sound really stupid, but having a damn portable toilet on every hole" (would help), he told a news conference.

"I know it sounds crazy, but I don't get to choose when I have to go to the bathroom. I've told the tour many times, simple as that," Rahm said. every few holes, but sometimes they are hard to find. In the 'majors' there are more toilets due to the greater number of people.

Asked, Jon Rahm also said that he would "wish the physio zones were a little better." "Even though the gym trailer is great, it's still a trailer, so when you have three people in it, it's a little cramped. So, to see better training facilities, I'd like too," he said.

The Spanish golfer arrives at the St. Jude Championship as number one in the FedEx Cup on the PGA Tour. This tournament is the first of the three that make up the circuit finals. He attended Arizona State University and won 11 varsity tournaments, second only to Phil Mickelson who earned 16 titles.

In 2015 he participated as an amateur at the Phoenix Open, finishing fifth [4]. On April 1, he took first place in the World Amateur Golf Ranking and held it for 25 weeks, then regained the position to hold it for another 35 weeks.

He thus qualified for the U.S. Open and the Open Championship the following year: in the first of the two tournaments he finished twenty-third, then turned professional, at the same time losing the right to play in the Open.

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