Jon Rahm: "Difference can be easily made"


Jon Rahm: "Difference can be easily made"
Jon Rahm: "Difference can be easily made" © Stuart Franklin / Getty Images Sport

Jon Rahm, who this week completed the second day of the Spanish Open with a goal of 72 goals (1 over par) and achieved an accumulation of -3, made sure that the objective of passing the court was "gain" and advised that the The difference is that you can "recover it easily" because the one who is covering it can be passed to anyone with the pressure.

The 'León de Barrika', who enjoyed on the first day the pool of aficionados and the good game he played on the Madrid field, ended the second day with a totally different outburst. Despite good feelings, he completed the campaign with a goal of 72 goals (+1) and an accumulation of 139 (-3).

Jon Rahm, statements

"It's difficult to place it on the street. A few times I've passed in my carriage to shoot so many good putts and no one comes along. I've been hurt a lot because some people who look so good haven't entered," he commented.

"I hope that the rest of the week will be the same as the theme a little because I can improve on everything, in general. The plan is good. I'm still playing badly and I think it can be easily done all the time if the weather gets a little worse and it The field is not very bland", I said Rahm at the end of his match.

"What has passed to me today can be passed to golf with the pressure. If I try to -10 I will tend to have a good option on the domingo", confessed the Spanish golfer, who showed his preference for the course to be played "harder ".

"I hope he doesn't hear it and it's drying up," said Rahm, eager at all times for the Spanish public, who follow him every step of the way from the Club de Campo Villa de Madrid. “The Spanish public is increible,” he concluded.

Already at number 1 in the world amateur golf rankings for a record time of 60 weeks, he reached first place in the official ranking after winning the Memorial Tournament in July 2020, then returning to occupy the highest position following the victory of the U.S. Open in June 2021: he was the first Spaniard to triumph in the prestigious tournament.

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