Jon Rahm: There's a difference to being the FedEx Cup champion

Jon Rahm enters the FedEx Cup with huge ambitions

by Sead Dedovic
Jon Rahm: There's a difference to being the FedEx Cup champion
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It is Jon Rahm's goal to win the FedEx Cup title this year. In the past few months, he has enjoyed many successes and has a great season behind him. Despite this, he does not intend to stop there. Throughout the rest of the season, his goal is to maintain the same level of performance.

The FedEx Cup title is all Rahm is interested in at the moment, and there is nothing else that matters. "It's already been a great year and to cap it off winning the FedEx Cup would be absolutely incredible. "It would be something that very few players have done - win multiple tournaments, a Major and the FedEx Cup.

So I'm hoping I can be the one that can etch his name next to that."- Rahm said, as quoted by!

Jon Rahm on FedEx Cup

For most golfers, playing in this tournament is the pinnacle of their dreams. He is aware that he will be playing next to big names, and that it will not be easy at all.

There is no doubt that Rahm is eager to take on a new challenge in his career at this point in his life. "It's always great to be back. It means that you've had a really good year. It's a very select group of people that get to enjoy playing this golf course.

To me, it's one of the favourite tournaments that we play all year. It's a great quality golf course. It's always in great shape, even the years we've had quite a bit of rain. So I'm looking forward to it, looking forward to hopefully winning my first FedEx Cup.

I've been close in the past and I've played good here." The Spaniard is aware of how important the FedEx trophy is. He emphasized that playing there evokes a special feeling. The most important thing is that Rahm is motivated and ready.

No one doubts that he can really go far. "There's a difference to being the FedEx Cup champion, just because you earned your spot to this week, and then to just be able to finish it off, right? It feels like it's more than just one week.

It's a culmination of a whole year in these last three weeks in a row. So it has a little bit of a different, special feel to it."

Jon Rahm